Billionaire corporations : Their growth and power / Labor Research Association.Material type: TextSeries: A new pamphlet series.Publisher: New York : International Publishers, 1954Description: 64 pages ; 21 cm.Subject(s): Corporations -- United StatesDDC classification: 338.74
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 63-64).
1. Their economic power: Main financial groups -- Top 127 rulers -- Millionaires in power -- "What's good for General Motors" -- Other links with Washington -- Big business lobbying -- Extending their power -- Control over communication media.
2. All for big profits: Banks grow more powerful -- Life insurance as source of capital -- Biggest get most -- Oil and imperialism -- International oil cartel -- Atomic energy give-away -- Private utilities gain -- Antitrust action stalled -- Anti-union, Jim Crow policies -- The people against the power of billionaires -- Reference notes.
"A study of the top monopolies, their links with peak finance and government - big steals at home and abroad, huge profits, anti-labor, Jim Crow policies." -- From the front cover.