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Power in postwar America : interdisciplinary perspectives on a historical problem / edited by Richard Gillam ; [advisory editor Barton J. Bernstein]

Publisher Boston : Little, Brown
Year c1971
Codes ID=2000835337 NCID=BA46944869

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Language English
Size viii, 198 p. ; 23 cm
Contents The structure of power in Regional City / Floyd Hunter
Power in New Haven : the pluralist thesis / Robert A. Dahl
The theory of veto groups / David Riesman
The American ruling class / Paul M. Sweezy
The structure of power in American society / C. Wright Mills
The distribution of power in American society / Talcott Parsons
Is the American upper class a governing class? / G. Willliam Domhoff
The multi-influence hypothesis / Arnold M. Rose
Concentration in American manufacturing / Willard F. Mueller
Competition, monopoly, and countervailing power / Walter Adams
Corporate giants and the power structure / Morton S. Baratz
The military-industrial complex / Dwight D. Eisenhower
The community of interests in our defense contract spending / William Proxmire
The American military and civil authority / Gabriel Kolko
Ideology and power / Ribert Paul Wolff
Notes Includes bibliographical references
Authors Gillam, Richard
Bernstein, Barton J.
Subjects LCSH:Power (Social sciences) -- Addresses, essays, lectures  All Subject Search
LCSH:United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989  All Subject Search
LCSH:World War, 1939-1945 -- Influence  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:JC330

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Cent. Lib., Northern Collection, Lensen Collection
301.37/G411 1320705366


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