Corporatocracy or Crony Capitalism
Economist Jeffrey Sachs described the US as a corporatocracy in his book The Price of Civilization. He suggested that it arose from four trends: weak national parties and strong political representation of individual districts, the large U.S. military establishment after World War II, big corporate money financing election campaigns, and globalization tilting the balance away from workers.
John Perkins used the term in his 2004 book Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, where he described corporatocracy as a collective composed of corporations, banks, and governments.
Examples (trailers) of some of the full length video you will find in this menu:
|Corporations (trailer)||The GMO Threat||Corporations Writing Laws||Koch Brothers|
- Corporations at Work
- Corporations as People
- Corporations Making Laws
- Koch Brothers
- Some of the .01%
- Top Corporations and Their Profits
- Top Corporations and Their Profits2
John Perkins - Economic Hitman
Confessions of an Economic Hitman (2004) [53:35]
The Secret History of the American Empire (2007) [28:02]
John Perkins: Corporatocracy () [1:08:39]
Confession Economic Hitman (check out this crude copy of his book, but then please buy the book).