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Corporatism: The Secret Government of the New World Order By Jeffrey Grupp
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Corporatism is the merger of big business with big government. It is a political and economic system where labor bosses and bankers are the government. Under corporatism, corporations control the... More > economy. Through it, they control the social and psychological structure of a nation. Corporatism is a system where government is obsessed with corporate profit, in any way needed, regardless of human cost.< Less
Corporatism: The Secret Government of the New World Order By Jeffrey Grupp
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Corporatism is the merger of big business with big government. It is a political and economic system where labor bosses and bankers are the government. Under corporatism, corporations control the... More > economy. Through it, they control the social and psychological structure of a nation. Corporatism is a system where government is obsessed with corporate profit, in any way needed, regardless of human cost.< Less
2084: The Rise and Fall of the Corporate Empire By Robert Luther Smith
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It is 2084. The Dethco Corporation has become the monopoly capitalist in the world with legions of unquestioning employees. In this dystopic, sci-fi thriller, with its comic moments, one man,... More > Spencer Jones, confronts the mindless conformity of global corporatism with devastating consequences for Dethco, corporatism and capitalism.< Less
In the House of Mimes & Tumblers By John Jenkins
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Scientific materialism has been used by corporate entities to shape the behavior of individuals through the marketing of products designed to provide status and recognition.
Understanding Fascism By R.G. Price
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This is the republication of a series of articles on fascism, which covers the qualities of fascism in Italy and Germany, as well as America. This work contains edited republications of the following... More > previously published articles: Fascism Part I: Understanding Fascism and Antisemitism | Fascism Part II: The Rise of American Fascism< Less
Understanding Fascism By R.G. Price
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This is the republication of a series of articles on fascism, which covers the qualities of fascism in Italy and Germany, as well as America. This work contains edited republications of the following... More > previously published articles: Fascism Part I: Understanding Fascism and Antisemitism | Fascism Part II: The Rise of American Fascism< Less
Fossil Fueled Federal Deficits; Blogged in the U.S.A. By Garrison Gibson
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Americans using oil for transportation and energy infrastructures tithe foreign terrorists indirectly, drive the U.S. national debt deeper with foreign loans to pay for inefficient, uncreative... More > macroeconomic policy that prioritizes support for global corporatism at the neglect of national renewal. In 2005 ten of the twelve richest corporations (by revenues) were fossil fuel or auto corporations. The political impact they have on U.S. policy is extreme. These essays written in 2005 and 2006 consider U.S. politics, corporatism, federal deficits, outsourcing of jobs, decay of national infrastructure comparative economic advantage, Middle East policy, illegal alien immigrant labor policy etc. Alternate home energy production for electric fuel is necessary to terminate increasing political domination of U.S. federal policy by global corporations.< Less
Fossil Fueled Federal Deficits: Blogged In the U.S.A. By Garrison Gibson
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Americans using oil for transportation and energy infrastructures tithe foreign terrorists indirectly, drive the U.S. national debt deeper with foreign loans to pay for inefficient, uncreative... More > macroeconomic policy that prioritizes support for global corporatism at the neglect of national renewal. In 2005 ten of the twelve richest corporations (by revenues) were fossil fuel or auto corporations. The political impact they have on U.S. policy is extreme. These essays written in 2005 and 2006 consider U.S. politics, corporatism, federal deficits, outsourcing of jobs, decay of national infrastructure comparative economic advantage, Middle East policy, illegal alien immigrant labor policy etc. Alternate home energy production for electric fuel is necessary to terminate increasing political domination of U.S. federal policy by global corporations.< Less
Fossil Fueled Federal Deficits; Blogged in the U.S.A. By Garrison Gibson
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Americans using oil for transportation and energy infrastructures tithe foreign terrorists indirectly, drive the U.S. national debt deeper with foreign loans to pay for inefficient, uncreative... More > macroeconomic policy that prioritizes support for global corporatism at the neglect of national renewal. In 2005 ten of the twelve richest corporations (by revenues) were fossil fuel or auto corporations. The political impact they have on U.S. policy is extreme. These essays written in 2005 and 2006 consider U.S. politics, corporatism, federal deficits, outsourcing of jobs, decay of national infrastructure comparative economic advantage, Middle East policy, illegal alien immigrant labor policy etc. Alternate home energy production for electric fuel is necessary to terminate increasing political domination of U.S. federal policy by global corporations.< Less
The Hum of the Machine, Enhanced Edition By Beverly Pearl
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In the face of adversity, political differences pale; past hurts dissolve and the divergent paths of two elderly people re-converge. They discover that it's never too late to pull their own lives... More > together and, with the help of modern technology, to rekindle their youthful passion. "The Hum of the Machine" takes place in a dystopian future where climate change and human mismanagement have resulted in great scarcity. Water vouchers are traded like currency. Social groups with different technologies have evolved differently, in isolated geographies. Our couple navigates the natural and man-made challenges of this world together, without pretense, yet never losing their respective ideologies. Theirs is a story of love, courage, and the raw honesty that often comes with having lived a full life.< Less

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