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Every college freshman should read chapters 3 5 Chapters 9 The Human Relations Approach 11 The Hawthorne Studies are intersting too Every college freshman should read chapters 3 5 Chapters 9 The Human Relations Approach 11 The Hawthorne Studies are intersting too a brief but excellent review of early 20th century politics in america as it pertains to creating an illusion of true democracy among the massesdoubtful, you say give it a chance Alex Carey pioneered the study of corporate propaganda, aka HR, PR and economic education for workers He is credited by Noam Chomsky who wrote the Foreword as the inspiration for his Manufacturing Consent Carey argues that the twentieth century has been characterized by three developments of great political importance the growth of democracy, the growth of corporate power, and the growth of corporate propaganda as a means of protecting corporate power against democracy He says that cor Alex Carey pioneered the study of corporate propaganda, aka HR, PR and economic education for workers He is credited by Noam Chomsky who wrote the Foreword as the inspiration for his Manufacturing Consent Carey argues that the twentieth century has been characterized by three developments of great political importance the growth of democracy, the growth of corporate power, and the growth of corporate propaganda as a means of protecting corporate power against democracy He says that corporate propaganda machines arise naturally in democratic capitalist states where policy is swayed by public opinion Corporate propaganda arises in response to the key threats of the right to vote and union membership, in order to subordinate the expression of democratic aspirations and the interests of larger public purposes to their own narrow corporate purposes This creates what he calls a propaganda managed democracy His 11 chapters cover the growth of this propaganda system in the United States, its exportation to other countries, and the emergence in academia of a social science research base to support the spread of corporate propaganda An important book that I believe anyone with an interest in these subjects should read Incredibly informative and complete look at the roots of corporate propaganda in the U.S., U.K., and Australia with the main emphasis being given to the States Carey outlines in great detail how this leviathan came to be what it is today by tracing it back to the early 20th century, giving particular attention to the time around World War One While it is rather dry it is an academic work, after all , the information is accessible and interesting Carey s unpacking of this particular piece of Incredibly informative and complete look at the roots of corporate propaganda in the U.S., U.K., and Australia with the main emphasis being given to the States Carey outlines in great detail how this leviathan came to be what it is today by tracing it back to the early 20th century, giving particular attention to the time around World War One While it is rather dry it is an academic work, after all , the information is accessible and interesting Carey s unpacking of this particular piece of history is meticulous and very well sourced, making his points solid I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in political science and the machinations of U.S politics Especially in the current political climate, this book serves the reader well by pulling back the veil of propaganda and exposing the corporate machine for what it is The final chapter could be removed as it is quite technical, but much of the rest of the book should be required reading {DOWNLOAD EPUB} ¿ Taking the Risk Out of Democracy: Corporate Propaganda versus Freedom and Liberty Ë A collection of his essays several of them previously unpublished on corporate propaganda were published Taking the Risk Out of Democracy Propaganda in the US and Australia University of New South Wales Press This book was reissued inby University of Illinois Press under the title Taking the Risk Out of Democracy Corporate Propaganda versus Freedom and Liberty