Who Rules America?: Power and Politics

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McGraw Hill, 2002 - Political Science - 248 pages
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Drawing from a power elite perspective and the latest empirical data, Domhoff’s classic text is an invaluable tool for teaching students about how power operates in U.S. society.

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Review: Who Rules America? Power, Politics and Social Change

User Review  - Frederick Hobbit - Goodreads

Extremely powerful and exceedingly detailed analysis of the deep and widespread interconnection of and collusion among the elite and corporate classes in order to maintain their class dominance. Jaw-dropping and Eye-opening and every other platitude you can imagine. Read full review

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User Review  - John Hodge - Goodreads

The first edition was published forty-four years before Occupy Wall Street. It described the 1% and their disproportionate power. Whether this edition or a later one, this book would provide a factual ... Read full review


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G. William Domhoff, Professor Emeritus at UC Santa Cruz, is the author of "Who Rules America?" (6th edition 2009) and "The New CEOs: Women, African American, Latino, and Asian American Leaders of Fortune 500 Companies" (2011).

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