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The New Industrial State (I Don"t Know What This Means)
John Kenneth Galbraith
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John Kenneth Galbraith () was an eminent economist, the author of thirty-one books, and a member of four U.S.
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New York's economy is so large, it. The U.S. government is operating under a New World Order government—a power elite conspiring to rule the world—and it is being brought to you by the Global-Industrial Deep State, a powerful cabal made up of international government agencies and corporations.
This is not the stuff of conspiracy theory, I promise, although I have lived long enough to see many so-called conspiracy theories. New York (State). Industrial Commission: Industrial code with amendments, additions and annotations to August 1, Issued under the direction of the Industrial commission / ([Albany: J.B.
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