The 20th Century Capitalist Revolution

The co-author with G. C. Means of the major work, "The Modern Corporation and Private Property," here deals with the giant corporation as the instrument of "revolutionary capitalism" in the mid-twentieth century, presenting certain dangers, but beneficent if working in a frame of adequate political and social conceptions.

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