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035 _a(OCoLC)ocn962352916
040 _aDLC
082 _a306.36
_bAND-P
100 1 _aAnderson, Elizabeth.
245 1 0 _aPrivate government :
_bhow employers rule our lives (and why we don't talk about it)
_cElizabeth Anderson ; introduction by Stephen Macedo.
260 _aNew Jersey :
_bPrinceton University Press,
_c©2017.
300 _axxiii, 196p. ;
_c23 cm.
490 1 _aUniversity Center for Human Values series
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 145-181) and index.
520 _aBased on two lectures given in 2014 by the author during the Tanner Lectures on Human Values delivered at Princeton University, followed by four commentaries by eminent scholars and the author's response to the commentators. Anderson questions the authoritarian control workers have been forced to give to their employers in order to remain employed and historically why this goes against American ideology of free market values.
650 0 _aWork.
650 0 _aQuality of work life.
650 0 _aIndustrial relations.
700 1 _aMacedo, Stephen.
_eintroduction.
830 0 _aUniversity Center for Human Values series.
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