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is an invaluable tool for teaching students about how power operates in U.
The Art of the Possible has a reading list, none of which I’ve read.
One of them was The Power Elite and the State by G.
Domhoff uses Michael Mann’s Four Networks of Power theory, which includes ideological (usually churches), economic, military and political networks.
Mencius Moldbug refers to that group as “Optimates”, an ever-declining caste.
Traditional public choice was disputed in favor of a “people rule” theory by Chicago economist Donald Wittman, which was turned on its head by Bryan Caplan.
Caplan rejects Calhoun’s class theory and somewhat jokingly presented a jock vs nerd one, like Ilya Somin I don’t believe in either.
There are some areas where Domhoff agrees with Mencius, the most notable one being the media where Domhoff argues contra leftists it is an asset to progressives.
Since leftists all over (Chomsky being among the most notable) don’t deny the media is powerful (otherwise why bother going into journalism? Domhoff promotes the optimistic theory that the Bad Guys had power before but now Everything Has Changed due not to the internet (it’s busy growing the Long Tail and Crashing the Gates) but the shift of the South to the GOP.
I don’t know if Domhoff is even aware of any of that stuff.