The New Populism
Saturday Review Press, 1973 - 209 strani
Fred Harris is against bigness--against the concentrated economic and political power in American government, corporations, unions, and institutions that exploits most of us. His new populism calls upon Americans to re-assert our individual rights and individual power by getting ourselves together adn forming a popular majority that will enable "we the people" to reclaim the power that is rightly ours.
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