Prophets of Order: The Rise of the New Class, Technocracy and Socialism in America ePub download
by Donald Stabile
- ISBN: 089608230X
- ISBN13: 978-0896082304
- ePub: 1593 kb | FB2: 1360 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Social Sciences
- Publisher: South End Press; 1st edition (July 1, 1999)
- Pages: 295
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A ground-breaking examination of technocracy from the early progressive movement, the Taylorites, and Veblen to Galbraith and contemporary proponents of economic democracy. ISBN13:9780896082298. Release Date:July 1999.
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In Technocracy: Rise of the Info-State, Parag Khana explains why a little more technocracy would be good for America. Technocracy, he argues, is government built around expert analysis and long-term planning rather than narrow-minded and short-term populist whims. Technocrats are not to be confused with the complacent establishment elites that were just stunned by Trump. Real technocracy has the virtues of being both utilitaria. nd meritocratic. You may be wondering if Khana knows what happened to Dukakis or has ever seen how the American experiment works.
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