- Author:Morton Mintz,Jerry S. Cohen
- Publisher:Pitman Publishing; First Edition edition (June 6, 1972)
- Pages:448 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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by Morton Mintz (Author), Jerry S. Cohen (Author), Ralph Nader (Introduction) & 0 more. This well-documented expose' reveals the incorporated rulers of the United States and, indeed, much of the world
by Morton Mintz (Author), Jerry S. This well-documented expose' reveals the incorporated rulers of the United States and, indeed, much of the world. It shows them to be private governments which, as effectively as legitimate public governments, decide whether large numbers of us live or die. They levy taxes in the form of price increases, unrestrained by competition. They manipulate legitimate governments, turning nations into welfare states for corporations. And they are generally only responsible to themselves.
America, In. Who Owns and Operates the United States (1971), with Jerry S. Cohen. Power, Inc. (1976), with Jerry S. Quotations from President Ron (1987), with Margaret Mintz. President Ron's Appointment Book (1988), with Anita Mintz. Morton Mintz home page: Morton Mintz - Biography. Mort Wants To Know: Tompaine. com series on questions the press should but doesn't ask of federal candidates Excerpts.
Drawing on Cohen's experience as chief counsel to the Senate Anti-Trust and Monopoly Subcommittee, what the .
Mr. Cohen is survived by his wife, Nina Minkoff Cohen; two sons, Daniel, of Jacksonville, Fl. and Ian, of Minneapolis; four daughters, Elizabeth, of Boston, Catherine and Caroline, both of Seattle, and Giselle, of Detroit; a sister, Barbara Silberberg of Farmington Hills, Mich
AMERICA, IN. Who Owns and Operates the United States by Morton Mintz & Jerry S. Written by Morton Mintz, an investigative reporter for the Washington Post, and Jerry S. Cohen, former chief counsel and staff director of the Senate Anti-Trust and Monopoly Subcommittee, the book presents in-numerable illustrations of corporate dominance over the executive, legis-lative, and judicial branches of the federal government, federal regulatory agencies, and the consumer.
Mintz, Morton, Jerry S. America, inc. Who owns and operates the United States. Whitakers books in print (s-z), 1993. With Enough Shoveis by Robert Scheer 279 p. Who’s Poisining America. Corporate Polluters and their Victims in the Chemical Age. Morris, Joe A. Those Rockefeller brothers. – San Francisco, 1981. WHO OWNS AND OPERATES THE UNITED STATES, by Morton Mintz and Jerry S. Cohen, Dial Press, New York, 1971. IN THE NAME OF PROFIT, By Robert L. Heilbroner et al. Doubleday, New York, 1972. Grossman, New York, 1973. American Politics Quarterly, Vol. 1, Issue.
by Morton Mintz, Jerry S. Other authors: See the other authors section. Cohen, Jerry S. - main author.