Is America Necessary? Conservative, Liberal, & Socialist Perspectives of United States Political Institutions

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Lewis A. Froman Jr., "The Categorization of Policy Contents," in Political Science and Public Policy, ed. Ranney, 41-52.
37. "American Business,"686-715.
38. Comparative Politics, 195-201.
39. "Four Systems of Policy, Politics, and Choice," Public Administration Review, 32 ( July /August 1972), 298-310.
40. Cf. Larry L. Wade, The Elements of Public Policy ( Columbus, Ohio: Charles E. Merrill, 1972),6.
41. The Folklore of Capitalism ( New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1937), 263.
42. Pricing Power and the Public Interest: A Study Based on Steel ( New York: Harper & Brothers, 1962), 20.
43. U. S., Congress, Senate, Administered Prices, Steel, Report of the Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly, 85th Cong., 1st sess., 1958 ( Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1958), 8, 18-22.
44. Ibid., 14-15.
45. Pricing Power, 43.
46. U. S., Congress, Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Administered Prices, Hearings before the Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly, 85th Cong., 1st sess., 1957, 214.
47. See, for example, Karen Orren, Corporate Power and Social Change: The Politics of the Life Insurance Industry ( Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1973), for an analysis of housing investment.
48. Robert Fellmeth, The Politics of Land ( New York: Grossman Publishers, Inc., 1973).
49. Statement of Raphael Cohen, Metropolitan Independent Dodge Chrysler Dealers Association, Hearings before U.S., Congress, Senate, Committee on Small Business, a Senate Select Committee on Small Business on the role of giant corporations, 92nd Cong., 1st sess., 1971, pt. 1, 45-67.
50. Ibid.
51. See, for example, W. G. Broehl Jr., The Molley McGuires ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1965).
52. Department of Justice Antitrust Division memorandum on grand jury proceeding, cited by Mark J. Green et al., The Closed Enterprise System ( New York: Bantam Books, 1972), 255.
53. Ibid., 257.
54. Although three of the four Justice Department attorneys on the case recommended both civil and criminal actions, Antitrust Division Chief Donald Turner declined to ask for indictments. The grand jury wanted to issue indictments, but did not do so because they did not realize that they could have done so even in the absence of a Justice Department request. A Justice Department civil suit was filed on January 10, 1969. In spite of protests from many congressmen and the State of California, the Justice Department under the leadership of Attorney General John Mitchell did not go to court but signed a consent decree with the automobile industry. The auto industry agreed not to further conspire to inhibit the development of antipollution devices without admitting that they had done so in the first place.
55. See, for example, Richard Ells, The Government of Corporations ( New York: The Free Press, 1962.
56. In theory the charter is supposed to be a manifestation of public control of the corporation which is exercised in exchange for a variety of privileges. In reality, the charter has lost this original function and is currently the loosest kind of document allowing maximum freedom to corporate management. The new charter results from competition among the states to offer the most advantageous requirements to corporations. Currently Delaware is the champion, with one-third of all New York Stock Exchange listed corporations. See James Phelan and Robert Pozen , The Company State ( New York: Grossman Publishers, Inc., 1973), 163-171.
57. "Democracy and the Good Life in a Company Town," Harper's Magazine, May 1972, 56- 66.
58. Schuck and Wellford, "Company Town,"64.
59. See, for example, "Convention Financing: Corporate America's Role," Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, 30 ( July 8, 1972), 1,656-1,660.
60. Cf. Charles A. Reich, "The New Property,''" 73 Yale Law Journal733 ( 1964).
61. "Corporate Giants and the Power Structure," Western Political Quarterly, 9 ( June 1956), 415.
62. The Concept of the Corporation ( New York: John Day Co., Inc., 1946), 72.

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On top of the gradually-merging social layers of blue and white collar workers in the United States, there is, a very small social

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One 15
  • 1 - Where Do I Stand? 17
  • Conservative 21
  • Conclusion 28
  • Socialist 44
  • Notes 46
  • Part Two 57
  • 2 - The Presidency 61
  • Conservative 67
  • Socialist 79
  • Notes 85
  • 3 - The Pentagon 101
  • Conservative 107
  • Socialist 117
  • 4 - The Secret Police 133
  • Conservative 139
  • Socialist 152
  • Notes 160
  • Part Three 167
  • 5 - Elite Clubs and Associations 169
  • Conservative 173
  • Notes 184
  • Notes 192
  • 6 - Multinational Corporations 209
  • Conservative 213
  • Socialist 221
  • Notes 244
  • 7 - Organized Crime 257
  • Conservative 259
  • Socialist 264
  • Part Four 283
  • 8 - Congress 285
  • Conservative 289
  • Socialist 296
  • Notes 303
  • 9 - The Courts 315
  • Conservative 319
  • Socialist 330
  • Notes 337
  • 10 - Regulatory Agencies 347
  • Conservative 349
  • Socialist 361
  • Notes 369
  • Political Parties 385
  • Conservative 387
  • Liberal 396
  • Conclusion 410
  • 12 - Academia 413
  • Conservative 416
  • References 427
  • Notes 434
  • Part Five 449
  • 13 - The Media 451
  • Conservative 453
  • Liberal 467
  • Notes 474
  • 14 - Banks 483
  • Conservative The Great Banking Retreat. 485
  • Socialist 489
  • Notes 497
  • 15 - Unions 511
  • Conservative 513
  • Notes 519
  • A Critical Issue 537
  • 16 - The Economic Crisis 539
  • Conservative 542
  • Socialist 544
  • Notes 550
  • Part Seven 557
  • 17 - Political Programs 567
  • Louis Banks. the Mission Of Our Business Society. 568
  • Ralph Nader and Donald Ross. Toward an Initiatory Democracy. 576
  • Stanley Aronowitz. On Organization: A Good Party Is Hard to Find. 581
  • Mass Parties and Reformism 587
  • Notes 596
  • Fred R. Harris. Up With Those Who'Re Down. 602
  • Part Eight 613
  • Appendix 621
  • Note 644
  • Index 649
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