The Establishment, USA

Miller, Helen Hill
January 1967
New Republic;1/14/67, Vol. 156 Issue 2, p23
Focuses on the history of the national establishment in the U.S. Background on the bases used by the British and the French in selecting the members of their respective national establishments, which the U.S. used; Reason behind the emergence of an industrial-financial establishment in the 1890s in the U.S.; Details of the systematization of the national establishment of the country starting from the administration of President John F. Kennedy; Types of skills considered by the administration of President Lyndon Johnson in selecting the members of the establishment.


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