Class Politics in the Information Age

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In this shocking analysis of the rise of the professional class in America, Donald Clark Hodges reveals that under cover of mature capitalism, the United States has taken on the characteristics of two of its avowed political nemeses: socialism and fascism. Class Politics in the Information Age uncovers the origins, development, aims, means, and moral and political hypocrisy of the new class of professionals. In line with a broad consensus that expertise has replaced capital as the decisive asset in the informational economy ...

Class Politics in the Information Age 2000, University of Illinois Press, Urbana-Champaign, IL

ISBN-13: 9780252025839

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