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The American corporation; its power, its money, its politics, by Richard J. Barber.

[1st ed.].. New York, Dutton, 1970.
ISBN 9783779680000, 3779680009

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Subjects Corporations -- United States.
Sociétés -- États-Unis.
United States.
Description viii, 309 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date 1970.
Contents Politics and the new worlds of business -- part I. The new faces of corporate America. The corporate Goliaths -- The industrial octopi -- Who controls corporate America? -- part II. The new business constituency. The postindustrial state -- Workers, managers, and the changing worlds of business -- Business and higher education: the emerging alliance -- part III. Business's new economic-technological environment. The economic prospect -- The scientific explosion -- Industry and the technological revolution -- Science, business, and the new economy -- part IV. The new partnership. The role of antitrust -- The evolving coalition -- Business's new frontier: social problem solving -- Business and the urban crisis -- part V. The internationalization of business. Business and the emerging world economy -- The internationalization of business -- The political dimensions of corporate supranationalism -- Business, government, and the public.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)60219
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WorldCat Identities Barber, Richard J.
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