Mills's The Power Elite 50 Years Later

@article{Domhoff2006MillssTP,
  title={Mills's The Power Elite 50 Years Later},
  author={G. William Domhoff},
  journal={Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews},
  year={2006},
  volume={35},
  pages={547 - 550}
}
  • G. Domhoff
  • Published 1 November 2006
  • Political Science
  • Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews
trilogy on American society with the publication of The Power Elite, which encompassed, updated, and greatly added to everything he had said in The New Men of Power (1948) and White Collar (1951). The book caused a firestorm in academic and political circles, leading to innumerable reviews in scholarly journals and the popular press, most of them negative. Bristling with terms like “the warlords,” “the higher immorality,” “the power elite,” “crackpot realism,” and “organized irresponsibility… 
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