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<new page recto> <set drop folio> Contents <comp: please insert folios in proof> Foreword by the Honorable Peter G. Peterson 000 Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: Capitalism and American Society 000 Part I: Corporate America 000 1. What Went Wrong in Corporate America? "A Pathological Mutation" 000 2. Why Corporate America Lost Its Way: "Somebody's Gotta Keep an Eye on These Geniuses 000 3. How to Return Corporate America to Its Owners: "Owners of the World, Unite!" 000 Part II: Investment America 000 4. What Went Wrong in Investment America? King Kong, or Mighty Joe Young? 000 5. Why Did Investment America Go Wrong? The Momentary Precision of Stock Price versus the Eternal Importance of Intrinsic Values 000 6. How to Fix Investment America: "Capitalism Without Owners Will Fail" 000 Part III: Mutual Fund America 000 7. What Went Wrong in Mutual Fund America? The Triumph of Salesmanship over Stewardship 000 8. Why Did Mutual Fund America Go Wrong? "Losing Our Way" 000 9. How to Fix Mutual Fund America: "Organized, Operated, and Managed" for Shareholders 000 Part IV: Conclusion 000 10. American Capitalism in the Twenty-first Century: To "Begin the World Anew" 000 Notes 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Capitalism -- United States.
Corporations -- United States.
Investments -- United States.
Mutual funds -- United States.