Capitalism Papers Fatal Flaws of an Obsolete System

ISBN-10: 1619021587

ISBN-13: 9781619021587

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Authors: Jerry Mander
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List price: $16.95
Publisher: Rough Guides, Limited
Publication date: 5/14/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Introduction
Economic Succession
The Missing Link
The "C"-Word
This Book
Disclaimer
Structural Arguments
Growing Up Global
A New World Order
From Yonkers to Wharton
New Dawn for Business
Robert McNamara, Enforcer
Forty Years Later
The Copenhagen Conundrum
Carbon Debt
Cochabamba, Bolivia
The Canc�n Conundrum
The Morales Conundrum
The Fatal Flaws of Capitalism
Intrinsic Amorality & Corporate Schizophrenia
Is Greed Good?
Everyday Life in Advertising
Are Corporations People?
Corporations are Machines
Intrinsic Inequities of Corporate Structure
Eight Intrinsic Inequities of Corporate Structure
Profits from Business Operation
Profits from Capitalization of the Public Commons
CEO Megasalaries & Bonuses
Stock Payments & Dividends
Invested Earnings: The Multiplier Effect
Wage Repression of Employees
The "Worker Productivity" Scam
Cashing Out: The Sale of Company Assets
The Illusion of Corporate "Efficiency"
Endless Growth on a Finite Planet
Ecosystem Into Economy
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
What's Left Out of GDP?
Virtual Growth
"Planetary Boundaries"
Resource Shrinkage on a Finite Planet
Financial Speculation in Food Supplies
Privatization of Water
Peak Species & Peak Beauty
Earth Island
Fundamental Questions
Searching for Growth: Desperate Measures
Seven Explorations in Growing Growth
Shifting from Real Growth to Virtual
Creating "New Resources"-Privatizing the Commons
Expanding the Military Economy
Green Capitalism
Search for Green Energy
Creative Destruction
Techno-Utopianism & New Nature
Propensity Toward War
War as Economic Strategy
The Stealth Economy
Doing the Numbers
Commercial Arms Trade
Military Keynesianism
F-35 Lightning II Fighter: $325 billion (Lockheed Martin Corporation)
Gerald Ford-Class Supercarrier: $120 billion (Northrop Grumman Corporation)
Future Combat System: $340 billion (Boeing and SAIC)
Littoral Combat Ship: $38 billion (Austal USA and Lockheed Martin)
U.S. Military Bases
Asia Pacific
Western Europe
Middle East
Africa
South America
Focus on the Pacific
"Comparative Advantage" of War
Privatization of Democracy
Rule by the Rich
Doing the Numbers
What Is a Billion Dollars?
The "Problem" of Surplus Capital
Investments in Government
Politicians for Sale
Koch Brothers: Role Models for Neofeudal Expression
Democracy?
Privatization of Consciousness
Who Needs Advertising?
Living Inside Media
Advertising to Children
Global Reach
The Powers of Received Images
Are You Immune?
Is Television Real?
"Truth" in Advertising
Virtual Reality
Global Control
AOL-Time Warner
Disney
The News Corporation
Crisis Point
Capitalism or Happiness
Laissez-Faire
Doing the Numbers
Consequences of Inequity
Economics of Happiness
Sufficiency
Summaries & Afterthoughts
Epilogue
Which Way Out?
Four Megashifts Toward a New Economics
Nature Comes First
The Primacy of Scale: Not Globalization, Localization
Experiments in Corporate Values and Structure
Hybrid Economics
Uncharted Territory
Bibliography
Organizations
Acknowledgments
Index
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