Power [by] Adolf A. Berle.


[1st ed.].. New York, Harcourt, Brace and World [1969] .

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Subjects Berühmte Persönlichkeit.
Kulturanthropologie.
Macht.
Massenkultur.
Pouvoir (Sciences sociales)
Power (Social sciences)
Tourismus.
Description xv, 603 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Bk. 1: The laws of power -- I. Power invariably fills any vacuum in human organization -- II. Power is invariably personal -- III. Power is invariably based on a system of ideas or philosophy -- IV. Power is exercised through, and depends on, institutions -- V. Power is invariably confronted with, and acts in the presence of, a field of responsibility -- VI. The higher criticism -- Bk. 2. Economic power -- I. Prologue in history, the bloody dialogue -- II. Taming the market gods -- III. The realities of economic power -- IV. Organized labor and its leaders -- V. Can statist economics be avoided? -- Bk. 3. Political power in the United States -- I. The federal government -- II. The American chief of state; reality and romance -- III. Political officers and bureaucrats -- IV. Congress and the men who exercise its power -- V. The mass media -- VI. The capital and its court -- Bk. 4. Judicial political power: The supreme court of the United States -- I. The supreme court as holder of legislative power -- II. Revolution in economic organization -- III. The redistribution of judicial power -- Bk. 5. International power -- I. World power against chaos -- II. The personal element in international power -- III. Philosophies of international power -- IV. Is empire avoidable? -- V. International power and the emergence of world government -- Bk. 6. The decline of power -- I. The forces of erosion -- II. Epilogue in America.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)68514
(OCoLC)ocm00068514
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Berle, Adolf A., Jr., 1895-1971.
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