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Abstract. Building on research published by C. Wright Mills and Melville Ulmer in 1946, the relationships among community welfare and civic engagement, the independent middle class, and big business are examined. Manufacturing‐dependent counties are the units of analysis. Partial correlation...
Abstract. Academic and nonacademic work focusing on special interest lobbying tends to ignore America's early history in favor of the 20th century, leaving the origins of the organized commercial lobby vague. Using the antebellum woolen textile industry as a case study, this article finds that...
Abstract. This article offers a monetary analysis of Local Exchange Trading Systems (LETS) and examines both their moral and economic significance as well as the way in which these two aspects may conflict. After considering LETS' principles and history, I review three monetary theories in order...
Abstract. Controlling for SAT scores, college major, gender, and state of residence, university students were more likely to have joined a fraternity or sorority if they had come from in state and had higher verbal SAT scores, but lower math SAT scores, the opposite of what simple uncontrolled...
Abstract. Peukert (2004) argues that Weber's work is only of limited relevance to present‐day economic sociology because it incorporates “a rather narrow and static understanding of rationality and the economy.” This article disputes that claim. It is argued that Weber differentiates between...
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