U.S. Capitalist Development Since 1776: Of, By, and for which People?

Sampul Depan
M.E. Sharpe, 1993 - 561 halaman
The Heart of the Matter: Expansion and Exploitation -- Bigger Is Better -- More Is Not Enough: The Political Economy of Expansion -- Exploitation and Capitalism -- Faith, Hope, and Competition -- Capitalist Paradise: The U.S.A. -- Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall ... -- A Summing Up -- Reading Suggestions -- 3. Business as a System of Power -- Onward and Upward with King Cotton -- The Dream Unfolds: Westward the Course of Empire -- The Road to Hell Is Paved -- The Invisible Fist -- From Mergers to Monopoly: The Giants Feed -- Facts Are Stubborn Things -- With Good Intentions -- Brave New World
 

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Economics and Economies Past and Present
1
Classical and Neoclassical Economics
6
Mercantilism Capitalism and Political Economy
8
Competition Power and Property
12
Classical Political Economy and Industrial Revolution
14
Industrial Capitalism and Neoclassical Economics
20
Human Nature and Conduct
23
Transformation and Failure of the Market Economy
27
The Effluent Society
299
The More Things Change
301
A Litany of Waste
304
Waste in Industry
305
Efficiency of FullTime Workers
308
Allocation of Labor
309
Destructive Wastes
313
Road Map to Disaster
315

Depression Keynes and War
29
Toward a New Political Economy
34
Reading Suggestions
39
Capitalism
55
Expansion and Exploitation
58
The Political Economy of Expansion
59
Exploitation and Capitalism
65
Faith Hope and Competition
68
The USA
73
Mirror Mirror on the Wall
77
A Summing Up
79
Reading Suggestions
81
Notes
83
Business as a System of Power
93
Onward and Upward with King Cotton
95
Westward the Course of Empire
97
The Road to Hell Is Paved
99
The Invisible Fist
103
The Giants Feed
106
Facts Are Stubborn Things
113
With Good Intentions
116
Brave New World
120
Reading Suggestions
123
Growth and Development Prosperity and Depression
137
Thus Veblen asserted
141
Fluctuations and Instability
143
Growth and Development Nineteenth Century
144
World War I and the New Era
148
The Dual Economy
153
Collapse and Depression
157
The New Deal and World War II
161
Secular Stagnation?
166
Warfare Welfare and Economic Growth
168
Stagflation
172
Magoo Country
178
House of Cards
181
And Now the Bad News
184
Lord of the Flies
186
Reading Suggestions
187
Notes
190
Income Wealth and Power
209
Them That Has Gits
210
The Accumulation of Wealth
222
The Accumulation of Misery
225
Oligarchic Democracy
234
Nothing to Lose But
238
Each for Himself
244
All Against All
248
Reading Suggestions
252
Notes
257
Nature and Nurture Country and City Waste and Destruction
269
Farming as a Way of Business
271
Farmers Politics and Power
273
More Corn More Hell
275
The System Joined
278
Agriculture and Agribusiness
281
Civilization and Its Discontents
286
Cities and Suburbs Sprawl and Decay
288
Nothing Fails Like Success
294
For Whom the Bell Tolls
320
Reading Suggestions
321
Notes
323
World Economy and Imperialism
337
Becoming and Being
342
Capitalism and Imperialism
347
The Baton of Economk Power
351
Trade War War of Trade
354
Rule Britannia
356
Like Father Like Son
358
From Youth to Maturity to?
360
Adolescent Giant
364
The Muscles Hex
367
Uncle Hegemon
369
Dollar Shortage to Dollar Glut
374
Troubles for the Pax Americana
375
Much Bigger than a Breadbox
383
Backward into Underdevelopment
387
The Political Economy of Underdevelopment
390
Too Many People?
391
Too Much Debt
395
Well All Go Together When We Go
398
Reading Suggestions
400
The State
419
Simple and Sweet
420
Power Power Who Has the Power?
423
The State as a System of Power
426
Competition among the Few
429
Its All Right
432
From States to State to SuperState
435
Civil War
437
Vox Populi
438
Lost Democracy
440
The Burdens of Success
442
In the Catbird Seat
447
The God that Failed
449
The Best Laid Plans
451
Warfare State?
452
Shine Perishing Republic
464
If Its Broke Fix It
470
Reading Suggestions
472
Notes
476
Needs and Possibilities
493
Learning and Unlearning
496
We Must Love One Another or Die
500
What and Who and When and Where?
506
Structures
507
Swords to Ploughshares
510
Arithmetk and Life and Death
511
If We Can Put Men on the Moon
512
Down the Tubes
515
Anchors Aweigh
517
Waste Not Want Not
522
Those Whom the Gods Would Destroy They First Make Mad
523
This Land is Our Land
527
Reading Suggestions
530
Name Index
543
Subject Index
549
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Douglas Fitzgerald Dowd was born in San Francisco, California on December 7, 1919. During World War II, he was as a bomber pilot downed over the Pacific. He received a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of California, Berkeley in 1949 and later received a doctorate there. He taught at Cornell University from 1953 until 1970. He also taught at San Jose State University, the University of California, at Berkeley and at Santa Cruz, and the University of Modena and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies Bologna Center in Italy. He wrote several books including U.S. Capitalist Development Since 1776: Of, by and for Which People? and Blues for America: A Critique, a Lament, and Some Memories. He died from congestive heart failure on September 8, 2017 at the age of 97.

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