U.S. Capitalist Development since 1776: Of, By, and for Which People?

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Name Index
Acheson, Dean, 368,466
Ackerman, Frank, 474
Adams, Walter, 123
Adelman, M. A., 401
Agee, Philip, 474
Agnew, Spiro, 44n.6, 467
Algren, Nelson, 295
Allen, F. L., 187,449
Allen, Robert L., 256
Alperovitz, Gar, 531
Amin, Samir, 390, 415n.62
Anderson, Charles H., 254
Aptheker, Herbert, 255
Arnold, Thurman, 123
Aronowitz, Stanley, 266n.46
Ash, Roy, 229
Ashworth, William, 400
Bagdikian, Ben H., 134-35n.41
Baker, David W., 330n.40
Ball, George, 369
Baran, Paul, 128-29n.14, 305, 457, 508
on economic growth, 143, 149, 150
on world economy, 390, 415n.62
Barnet, R. J., 402
Barton, Bruce, 449
Baxandall, Rosalyn, 256
Bell, Daniel, 485n.50
Bennett, Jon, 402
Benston, Margaret, 256
Berle, A. A., Jr., 123, 368
Berman, Jerry, 474
Bernays, Edward L., 121, 134n.37
Biddle, Nicholas, 481n.28
Bismarck, Otto von, 501, 534n.14
Blair, John M., 132n.28
Blauner, Bob, 530
Block, Fred, 474, 530
Boesky, Ivan, 44n.6, 89n.3l, 183
Bookchin, Murray, 315
Borosage, Robert, 474
Bottomore, T. B., 253
Bowles, Samuel, 40, 531
Boxer, C. R., 403
Boyer, Richard, 255
Brady, Robert A., 128nn. 12, 14, 442, 488n.61
Brannan, Charles F., 525
Braverman, Harry, 255
Brecher, Jeremy, 255
Bridges, Harry, 265n.44
Brock, James W., 123
Brody, David, 255
Bruno, Michael, 188
Bryan, William Jennings, 439
Buchanan, James, 449
Burkett, Paul, 414n.58
Burkitt, Brian, 40
Bush, George, 27, 43n.5, 180
and budget deficit, 41n.48, 468, 490n.69
and education, 231, 323n.4
and environment, 323n.4
and military issues, 510
and recession, 184
and the state system, 463, 471, 474
and unemployment benefits, 334n.54
and war on drugs, 330n.40
and world economy, 398
Caldwell, Malcolm, 403
Calleo, David, 402
Cameron, Kenneth Neill, 323
Cannon, Lou, 475
Carnegie, Andrew, 328n.31
Carnoy, Martin, 531
Carson, Rachel, 327n.25
Carter, Jimmy, 178, 179, 280, 463
Carvounis, Chris C., 402
Chafe, William, 256
Cherry, Robert D., 188
Chomsky, Noam, 401, 474, 489n.67
Churchill, Winston, 369, 370
Clark, J. M., 41, 139
Clay, Henry, 359

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures and Tables xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Notes xxv
  • Acknowledgments xxvii
  • 1 - Economics and Economies, Past and Present 1
  • Reading Suggestions 39
  • 2 - Capitalism 55
  • A Summing Up 79
  • Notes 81
  • 3 - Business as a System of Power 93
  • Reading Suggestion 123
  • 4 - Growth and Development, Prosperity and Depression 137
  • Reading Suggestions 187
  • 5 - Income, Wealth, and Power 209
  • Reading Suggestions 252
  • 6 - Nature and Nurture; Country and City; Waste and Destruction 269
  • Reading Suggestions 321
  • 7 - World Economy and Imperialism 337
  • Reading Suggestions 400
  • Notes 404
  • 8 - The State 419
  • Reading Suggestions 472
  • 9 - Needs and Possibilities 493
  • Reading Suggestion 530
  • Name Index 543
  • Subject Index 549
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