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035 _a(OCoLC)168499
040 _aDLC
_cDLC
_dDLC
_dOCoLC
_dDLC
_dBD-DhEWU
_beng
041 _aeng
050 0 0 _aHB501
_b.G3 1956
082 0 4 _a330.12273
_bGAA 1956
100 1 _aGalbraith, John Kenneth,
_d1908-2006.
_94289
245 1 0 _aAmerican capitalism;
_bthe concept of countervailing power.
250 _aRev. ed.
260 _aBoston,
_bHoughton Mifflin,
_c1956.
300 _a208 p.
_c21 cm.
500 _aOnline version: Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1908-2006. American capitalism. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1956 (OCoLC)581786110
505 _tTOC
_aThe insecurity of illusion -- The foundation of the faith -- The problem of power -- The abandonment of the model -- The ogre of economic power -- The depression psychosis -- The economics of technical development -- The unseemly economics of opulence -- The theory of countervailing power -- Countervailing power and the state -- The case of agriculture -- The role of decentralized decision -- The role of centralized decision -- The problem of restraint.
520 _aSummary: An economist considers the American economy and presents the theory that American capitalism has justified intself and a "countervailing power" has developed since World War II in the form of "strong buyers" to replace the dying competition among settlers.
526 _aEconomics
590 _aTahur Ahmed
650 0 _aCapitalism
_zUnited States.
_98763
650 0 _aCountervailing power
_zUnited States.
_98764
651 0 _aUnited States
_xEconomic conditions
_y1918-1945.
_98765
856 _3WorldCat details
_uhttp://www.worldcat.org/title/american-capitalism-the-concept-of-countervailing-power/oclc/168499&referer=brief_results
856 _3E-book Fulltext
_uhttp://lib.ewubd.edu/ebook/1745
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