Who Rules America?: Power and Politics in the Year 2000
Sociologist Domhoff argues that there is a power elite in the United States comprising a corporate community, a social upper class, and a policy formation network that intersect with each other in significant ways and score at the top of four power indicators who benefits, who governs, who wins on p
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Power and Class in the United States
The Corporate Community
The Origins of the Corporate Community
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Murray Milner Jr.
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