Corporate Power in the United StatesBook - 1998
Contains 20 contributions, culled from magazines, newspapers, and books, which examine the nature and power of the modern corporation in contemporary American life. Contributions seek to: define the corporation; delineate the way corporate power affects everything from health care and leisure time to punk rock and comic books; explain the power of the corporation that results from donations to entities ranging from charities to political parties; and explore the recent domination of information sources, both news oriented and not. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Publisher: New York : H.W. Wilson Co., 1998
Call Number: 374.4 R25 v.70 no.3
Characteristics: viii, 172 p. ; 26 cm