One Market Under God

One Market Under God

Extreme Capitalism, Market Populism, and the End of Economic Democracy

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Baker & Taylor
Critiques the "market populism" which identifies markets with democracy and the will of the people, discusses the role of modern society, and suggests a return to economic justice and political democracy.

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A social critic offers a scathing assault on the institutions and pretensions of the new capitalist order and the tyranny of the almighty market. He examines the morphing of the language of American democracy into the jargon of the marketplace, and traces the notion that markets are identifiable with democracy and the will of the people. He looks at the ideas of recent business culture in management, advertising, Wall Street, newspaper publishing, politics, and popular social theories. Frank is founding editor of The Baffler , a magazine of cultural criticism. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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& Taylor

In a trenchant, frequently scathing critique of the new capitalism order, a noted social critic condemns "market populism"--the new business culture that identifies markets with democracy and the will of the people--and the right-wing politics of the 1990s and calls for a return to the older American values of economic justice and political democracy. 17,500 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Doubleday, c2000
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780385495035
038549503X
Characteristics: xviii, 414 p. ; 22 cm

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