Corporate Power and Individual Freedom: Some General Analysis and Particular Reservations, 55 Northwestern University Law Review 38 (1960)
The political sociology of the business corporation hardly sounds
promising as a topic for popular, or even semi-popular, consumption.
But in the last few years, a stream of more or less
scholarly literature on the subject has caught the fancy of the
public in an astonishing way-some of it even rising to the dizzy
heights of paperbackdom. Not all these works are in full agreement,
nor are they identical in emphasis. They are close enough
together, however, to permit a composite to be drawn of their view
of the world of the big company and the individual.
Date of Authorship for this Version
corporate law, corporate power
Manning, Bayless, "Corporate Power and Individual Freedom: Some General Analysis and Particular Reservations" (1960). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4505.