États-Unis et l'effondrement de 2009, les racines de la propagande et des pas futés
The roots of the
Regimenting people's minds
The conflict between the economic elite and the rest of the population has been part of American culture since the beginning.
Some of the the Founding Fathers, like James Madison, recognized this conflict and took the side of the elite.
The biggest threat Madison and others felt they faced was independent thought.
"Dealing" with independent thought in a nominally democratic society has been one of the obsessions of big business and corporate power throughout America's history and over the centuries, they've become very good at it.