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In Means' 1962 book, The Corporate Revolution in America, he opined:
We now have single corporate enterprises employing hundreds of thousands of workers, having hundreds of thousands of stockholders, using billions of dollars' worth of the instruments of production, serving millions of customers, and controlled by a single management group. These are great collectives of enterprise, and a system composed of them might well be called "collective capitalism."An economy controlled by huge corporate interests makes for a country controlled by the interests of their managements, not the public at large.