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Socializing Capital: The Rise of the Large Industrial Corporation
William G. Roy (au). A historical inquiry into the rise of the large publicly traded American corp. Focuses on political, social, & institutional processes governed by the dynamics of power. Shows how the corp. started as a quasi-public device used by governments to create & administer public services & then how it germinated within a system of stock markets, brokerage houses, & investment banks into a mechanism for the organization of railroads. Analyzes its flowering into the realm of manufacturing, when at the turn of the 20th century, many of the same giants that still dominate the American economic landscape were created. The corp. altered manufacturing entities so that they were each owned by many people instead of by single individ.
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