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4 Constitutional Law and the Rise of Corporate Power
6 The Evolution of Corporate Individualism
THE MANAGERIAL THEORY OF CORPORATE POWER
Political Theorist of the Corporate Society
Corporate Power Pluralism and The City of God
Technology UnboundCorporate Power and the Demiurge of Modern Society
5 Corporate Liberalism and Managerial Theory
TOWARD A POLITICAL THEORY OF THE CORPORATION
2 Who Rules the Corporation?
Regulating Corporate Power in the Marketplace
6 The Progression Toward Corporate Autonomy
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF AMERICAN LIBERALISM
The Liberal Faith and the Corporate Reconstruction of America
Plutocratic Power and the Politics of Affluence
Exploit Versus EfficiencyCorporate Rule and the Modern Industrial System
5 The Reconstruction of American Liberalism
THE CONSOLIDATION OF CORPORATE POWER LAW AND LEGAL THEORY
2 The Legal Foundation of Corporate Oligarchy
3 Corporate Social Responsibility the Law and Politics
Wealth Power and the Political Marketplace in First Amendment Jurisprudence
5 Restructuring Corporate Power for the Global Marketplace
Theories of Corporate Power
4 A Class Analysis of Corporate Power
LOOKING BACKWARD TO THE FUTURE OF TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATE POWER
2 The Modern Doctrine of Free Trade
3 The Corporate Reconstruction of the Global Political Economy
4 Looking Backward to the Future
Table of Cases
Amendment American liberalism American political analysis of corporate antitrust law argued Berle bourgeoisie business corporation capitalist charter class domination classical liberalism companies competition conception of corporate conglomerate mergers constitutional corporate autonomy corporate capitalism corporate enterprise corporate individualism corporate liberalism corporate political corporate power corporate reconstruction corporate social responsibility Croly Croly's democracy democratic dimension of corporate directors doctrine Drucker economic efficiency exercise external dimension federal finance function Galbraith global Ibid ideas ideological industrial society influence institutions interest-group politics interests internal issue Justice justify labor laissez-faire laissez-faire liberalism large corporation legitimacy managerial marketplace Marxist ment merger modern corporation monopoly nomic oligarchy oligopolistic organization pecuniary percent plutocracy principle production Progressive Era reform regulation regulatory relationships of control revised Roundtable rule Sherman Act significant Sklar socialized democracy stockholders structure technostructure theoretical tion traditional twentieth century United University Press Veblen Weyl York
Page 36 - Nevertheless, the friends of democracy should keep their eyes anxiously fixed in this direction ; for if ever a permanent inequality of conditions and aristocracy again...
Page 44 - ... please, without the consent or default of the corporators, we are not prepared to admit ; and we think ourselves standing upon the principles of natural justice, upon the fundamental laws of every free government, upon the spirit and letter of the constitution of the United States, and upon the decisions of most respectable judicial tribunals, in resisting such a doctrine.