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The Dictatorship of Woke Capital: How Political Correctness Captured Big Business
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The Dictatorship of Woke Capital: How Political Correctness Captured Big Business (Hardback)

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For the better part of a century, the Left has been waging a slow, methodical battle for control of the institutions of Western Civilization. During most of that time, "business" - and American Big Business, in particular - remained the last redoubt for those who believed in free people, free markets, and the criticality of private property. Over the past two decades, however, that has changed, and the Left has taken its long march to the last remaining non-leftist institution.



Over the course of the last two years or so, a small handful of politicians on the Right - Senators Tom Cotton, Marco Rubio, and Josh Hawley, to name three - have begun to sense that something is wrong with American business and have sought to identify the problem and offer solutions to rectify it. While the attention of high-profile politicians to the issue is welcome, to date the solutions they have proposed are inadequate, for a variety of reasons, including a failure to grasp the scope of the problem, failure to understand the mechanisms of corporate governance, and an over-reliance of state-imposed, top-down solutions.



This book provides a comprehensive overview of the problem and the players involved, both on the aggressive, hard-charging Left and in the nascent conservative resistance. Soukup explains what the Left is doing and how and why the Right must be prepared and willing to fight back to save this critical aspect of American culture from becoming another, more economically powerful version of the "woke" college campus.

BusinessEconomicsPolitical economy Publisher: Encounter Books,USA Publication Date: 25/02/2021 ISBN-13: 9781641771429  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Steve Soukup is the Vice President and Publisher of The Political Forum, an "independent research provider" that delivers research and consulting services to the institutional investment community, with an emphasis on economic, social, political, and geopolitical events that are likely to have an impact on the financial markets in the United States and abroad. He is also the Director of The Political Forum Institute, a non-profit educational organization dedicated to creating and preserving community, primarily among those who earn their livings and create wealth for the nation through the capital markets. Mr. Soukup has followed politics and federal regulatory policy for the financial community since coming to Washington in 1996, when he joined the award-winning Washington-research office of Prudential Securities. While at Prudential, he was part of the Washington team that placed first in Institutional Investor magazine's annual analyst survey for eight years in a row. Mr. Soukup left Prudential to join Lehman Brothers Washington office in the fall of 2000 and stayed there for two years, before leaving early in 2003 to become a partner at The Political Forum. While at Lehman, Mr. Soukup authored macro-political commentary and followed policy developments in the Natural Resources sector group, focusing on agriculture and energy policy. He also headed Lehman's industry-leading analysis of asbestos litigation reform efforts. At The Political Forum, Mr. Soukup is the senior commentator and publisher. He holds a M.A. in American Government and Public Administration/Public Policy and a professional certification in policy analysis and program evaluation. Steve is also the Fellow in Culture and Economy at the Culture of Life Foundation.<.div>

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