Modern Corporation and American Political Thought: Law, Power, and Ideology (Google eBook)

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Penn State Press, Nov 1, 2010 - Political Science
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Contents

6 The Evolution of Corporate Individualism
181
THE MANAGERIAL THEORY OF CORPORATE POWER
186
Political Theorist of the Corporate Society
192
Corporate Power Pluralism and The City of God
204
Technology UnboundCorporate Power and the Demiurge of Modern Society
219
5 Corporate Liberalism and Managerial Theory
231
TOWARD A POLITICAL THEORY OF THE CORPORATION
238
2 Who Rules the Corporation?
239

Regulating Corporate Power in the Marketplace
62
6 The Progression Toward Corporate Autonomy
70
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF AMERICAN LIBERALISM
76
The Liberal Faith and the Corporate Reconstruction of America
81
Plutocratic Power and the Politics of Affluence
92
Exploit Versus EfficiencyCorporate Rule and the Modern Industrial System
105
5 The Reconstruction of American Liberalism
122
THE CONSOLIDATION OF CORPORATE POWER LAW AND LEGAL THEORY
126
2 The Legal Foundation of Corporate Oligarchy
131
3 Corporate Social Responsibility the Law and Politics
139
Wealth Power and the Political Marketplace in First Amendment Jurisprudence
155
5 Restructuring Corporate Power for the Global Marketplace
169
Theories of Corporate Power
247
4 A Class Analysis of Corporate Power
266
5 Conclusion
284
LOOKING BACKWARD TO THE FUTURE OF TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATE POWER
287
2 The Modern Doctrine of Free Trade
292
3 The Corporate Reconstruction of the Global Political Economy
297
4 Looking Backward to the Future
304
Notes
306
Selected Bibliography
394
Table of Cases
416
Index
420
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