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

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Subject Index
Absentee Ownership ( Thorstein Veblen), 101
Adamson Act ( 1916),446
Administration (in State system), 429-30
Advertising, 305-6
AFL. See American Federation of Labor
AFL-CIO. See American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations
Agricultural Adjustment Administration, 163
Agriculture. See also Farmers
appropriate policy for, 524-27
crises of, in late nineteenth century, 275-77
environmental damage from modem, 284-85, 299
federal subsidies for, 283-84, 525
governmental programs in, 283-84
narrow pressure groups in, 282-83
tradition of U.S., 271-73
Air Controller's strike ( 1981), 243
Alienation, Marxist concept of, 25-26
"America 2000" (education initiative), 231-32
"American Dream", 1, 4
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 238, 246, 373
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 373
American Plan, 241
American Revolution, 75, 235
American Socialist Party, 246
American Tobacco Institute, 334n. 55
Anti-Left campaigns, 448
Antitrust laws, 445
Antiwar movement, 505
Antwerp, 353-54
Atlantic Charter, 369
Authority, 99
Automobile industry
in early 1950s, 374
expansion of, in 1920s, 154, 155
luxury cars and, 262n. 26
planned obsolescence and, 307-8
waste in, 304
Automobiles
complex of petroleum and, 316-19
ownership of, 213
suburban development and, 290
Baker Plan, 397-98
Balance of trade
in 1960s and 1970s, 377
during 1980s, 379-80, 408n. 29
changing status of, in late nineteenth century, 276-77
historical development of U.S., 361-62
Banking, legislation affecting, 446
Bank War, 435-37
Benign neglect, 298
Bill of Rights, 44n. 7
Blacks, 248, 539-40n. 40
BLS. See Bureau of Labor Statistics
Brady Plan, 398
Brannan Plan, 525
Bretton Woods conference and agreements, 369-70, 378-79
Budget deficit, 468
Buffalo, 126-27n. 96
Bureaucracy, 175
in schools, 518-19
in State system, 429-30
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 225-27, 229
Bureau of the Census, 225
Bush administration, 184-85, 510
Business cycle theory, 138-39
Business sector, 93-135, 434
Cold War and, 118-19

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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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