Published June 30, 1977
by Penguin (Non-Classics) .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ralph Nader (Editor), Mark J. Green (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||309|
Gangs of America The Rise of Corporate Power and the Disabling of Democracy Draft – May copyright by Ted Nace Oxford St. Berkeley, CA [email protected] Acknowledgements This book owes its existence to a computer made by Toshiba Corpora-tion, software from Microsoft Corporation, electricity supplied by Pa-File Size: KB. In Gangs of America: The Rise of Corporate Power and the Disabling of Democracy, author Ted Nace probes the roots of corporate power, finding answers in surprising places. A key revelation of the book is the wariness of the Founding Fathers toward corporations. ★ 06/17/ American capitalism at its most successful and domineering is at the center of this sweeping history of a much-vilified company. Business journalist Leonard (The Meat Racket) recounts the year growth of Koch Industries, a privately held, infamously secretive conglomerate—with interests in oil refineries, pipelines, lumber, commodities trading, fertilizer, and Brand: Simon & Schuster. The Conundrum of Corporate Power. by ; Taneja doesn’t imagine an economy with no large companies—his book has a section on platforms and the risk of AI-powered monopolies—but he sees.
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Kochland NPR coverage of Kochland: The Secret History of Koch Industries and Corporate Power in America by Christopher Leonard. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. In his book The power elite, sociologist C Wright Mills states that together with the military and political establishment, leaders of the biggest corporations form a "power elite" that is in control of the U.S. Economist Jeffrey Sachs described the United States as a . How the Kochs built their business — and their power Charles Koch helped expand his family’s company into a $ billion corporate empire, along the way gaining sway over politics and policy. The Secret History of Koch Industries and Corporate Power in America. By Christopher Leonard. Simon & Schuster, , pp. Publication Date: Aug Other Editions of This Title: Digital Audiobook (8/12/) Paperback (10/6/) Compact Disc (8/13/).