4 edition of Democracy for the few. found in the catalog.
Democracy for the few.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||JK271 .P29 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||74075043|
William A. Parenti lectures frequently throughout North America and abroad. My question to Mr. Even if you don't agree with the viewpoint taken by Parenti, this book will help spark invaluable classroom discussions.
Very few hang around for years and only the greatest for decades. If we do not take action I fear that generations to come will not enjoy the benefits of democracy in its true form. Various writings of his have been translated into some twenty languages. I thought was happening and is backed up by good research.
If we do not take action I fear that generations to come will not enjoy the benefits of democracy in its true form. As the title, Democracy for the Few, implies, we have a contradiction in terms with regards to our understanding of American democracy says Michael Parenti, college professor and educator. But this does not bother me. Odd that slavery and women's suffrage are issues not discussed under the rubric of repression -- those seem pretty obvious, and make the case much more strongly than a handful of anecdotes. He sees our problems as endemic to our capitalist, corporate state.
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Pelz, Elgin Community College "About this title" may belong to another edition of this title. A different, but important perspective on American Politics By Harsimran Bath on Feb 12, I loved reading this book, because it gave me a very different perspective on our political system. While claiming to be objective, they are merely conventional.
Odd that slavery and women's suffrage are issues not discussed under the rubric of repression -- those seem pretty obvious, and make the case much more strongly than a handful of anecdotes.
He received his Ph. To be honest I did not fact check everything he wrote nor do I plan to, so this list is not comprehensive. Congress: The Pocketing of Power. Buy it, use it, tell others about it. Some of this was born out of naked fear of the brutal totalitarian visions of Communism being imposed around the world, but there were less legitimate reasons for the U.
About this title Parenti's provocative critique of class power within traditional political institutions will arouse classroom debate and introduce students to a unique viewpoint of American capitalism. By focusing on the relationship between economic power and political power, discussing actual government practices and policies, conspiracies, propaganda, fraud, secrecy and other ploys of government and politics, this book stands apart in its analysis of how US Government works.
Review By Charles on Sep 19, I think the perspective taken by Parenti is somewhat controversial which provokes us to think and form our own opinions. Not just why I hadn't heard about this before, which would be understandable, but I couldn't understand whose internet servers he was talking about.
Category: Political Science. Health and Democracy for the few. book Services: Sacrificial Lambs. He sees our problems as endemic to our capitalist, corporate state.
Great read and I would advise to read it if the topic interests you. Here is a rich selection of his most lucid and penetrating writings on real history, political life, empire, wealth, class power, technology, culture, ideology, media, environment, sex, and ethnicity.
How did democratic ideals and institutions come to have the shape they do today? It brilliantly treats the contradiction between democratic and elitist values, relentlessly exposing the realities of class power and powerlessness.
Having been pumped full of money during World War Two, these companies leveraged the fear of communism to continue to receive massive funding.
The U. Most textbooks pretend to a neutrality they do not really possess. If you only buy one book a year this is the book you should buy and carefully read every last word in it. While it is important to take any information with a grain of salt, no discussion should be one-sided.
Parenti argues that globalization undermines democracy. This same book could have the publication date and with a few name changes and an update here and there it would be on time and on the money.
Read it and weep. And it explains why democracy is still potentially the best form of government on earth -- and why democracies everywhere are sleepwalking their way into deep trouble. This in turn sparked a need for the United States to continually engage in military aggression around the world.
Similar Books.Not Signed; "Democracy For The Few" is a provocative interpretation of American Government. It shows how democracy is repeatedly violated by corporate oligopolies, and how popular forces have fought back and occasionally made gains in spite of the system.
Mar 19, · Democracy for the Few: 8th (Eigth) Edition [Michael Parenti] on sylvaindez.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Used, no writing or highlighting/5(11). term Democracy for the sylvaindez.com the beginning I had no clue why my Political Science Professor wanted us to read this book, but afterwards I can see why now.
Michael Parenti is quite hard to understand at first, but if you read on you'll see there are certain patterns that will lead on to why Democracy is after all for the few.
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Democracy for the Few (Book): Parenti, Michael: This is no ordinary textbook on American Government. DEMOCRACY FOR THE FEW is a provocative interpretation of American Government that you have likely not been exposed to in elementary school, high school, or other college courses, and certainly not in the mass media.
This textbook shows how democracy is repeatedly violated by.
Mar 10, · "Democracy for the Few is the most clearly written, innovative and thought provoking textbook I've seen. I find it hard to imagine a better text! This book will make your students understand how the American government functions while forcing them to think for themselves/5(2).