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Max Knepper

Sodom and Gomorrah: The Story of Hollywood (1935)

Sodom and Gomorrah: The Story of Hollywood (1935) by Max Knepper


Ever since I have been living at the backdoor of Hollywood, which has been nineteen years. people have been writing to ask why I don't write a book dealing with the motion picture industry. after the fashion of the "Brass Check" with the newspapers, and the "Goose-Step" w...

Frank Spurgeon Morrow


Ph.D dissertation
The University of Texas at Austin
Contact Information: [email protected]

THE U.S. POWER STRUCTURE AND THE MASS MEDIA (1984) by Frank Spurgeon Morrow

Notes excerpted from Chapter 1, pages 1-2

"This dissertation is an attempt to lay a foundation for research into social science, particularly regarding the mass media. I will t...

Clive Menzies

How we live: Who rules, how and why? (2019)

How we live: Who rules, how and why? (2019) by Clive Menzies


Purpose: Challenging outdated and erroneous assumptions that govern most people’s world views. To reveal the world as it is, rather than how “authority” would have us believe it to be.

Design/methodology/approach: This paper is the product of non-hierarchical, self- orga...

Gene Sharp

The Role of Power in Nonviolent Struggle (1990)

The Role of Power in Nonviolent Struggle (1990) by Gene Sharp


Nonviolent struggle is based upon the very nature of power in society and politics. The practice, dynamics, and consequences of nonviolent struggle are all directly dependent upon the wielding of power and its effects on the power of the opponent group. This technique c...

Ferdinand Lundberg

America's 60 Families (1937)

An extraordinary, detailed, well-referenced portrait of the United States oligarchy and its history at a crucial period in world history, on the eve of the Second World War.

America's 60 Families (1937) by Ferdinand Lundberg


IN THIS work we are not concerned with the methods, legal or illegal, by which the great American fortunes...