The Bigness Complex: Industry, Labor, and Government in the American Economy, Second Edition

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Adams, Walter, and James W. Brock. 1986. The Bigness Complex: Industry, Labor, and Government in the American Economy, Second Edition. Stanford Economics and Finance.

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Ideology means taking some idea -- often legitimate in its own sphere -- to the extreme... Ideology offers certainty -- clear cut choices between good and evil, truth and falsehood. It pretends to have scientific answers to complex problems and holds out one easy standard to judge all cases. It thus relieves thinkers of the tedium involved in making difficult distinctions. In Procrustean fashion, ideologues cut facts to fit their ideas, rather than ideas to fit the facts. More often than not, their claims to science turn out to be little more than manipulative quackery.
Walter Adams and James Brock, "The Bigness Complex: Industry, Labor, and Government in the American Economy, Second EditionThe Bigness Complex: Industry, Labor, and Government in the American Economy, Second Edition"