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Dangers in a Repeat of Historic Corporatism

Phelps, Edmund S.

In the view of many commentators, we are seeing in America a political shift from left-leaning “elites” to right-leaning “populists” – from the metropolitan to the rural, the cosmopolitan to the nationalist. A wave of rebellion has swept over much of the West. In America, Economic ideology has shifted from the corporatism of “solidarity” born in the 19th century to the corporatism of central control tried in the 20th.

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Academic Units
Center on Capitalism and Society
Economics
Publisher
Center on Capitalism and Society, Columbia University
Series
Center on Capitalism and Society Working Papers, 93
Published Here
September 19, 2017
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