Table of contents for Power play : the fight to control the world's electricity / Sharon Beder.


Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Electronic data is machine generated. May be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter




Introduction                                   1
PART ONE:  Power politics in the United States before deregulation
1    Utilities Set the Agenda, 1900-1925           22
2    Power Propaganda Between the Wars             36
3    Struggle for Control Before the Second World War  53 
4     Continuing Propaganda after the War          69
PART TWO:  The United States deregulates and markets rule
5    Driving Deregulation                          86
6     Deregulation in California                  101
7     Federal Politics                            121
8     Enron on the Rise                            142
9     Enron in Trouble                            164
PART THREE: The British experiment
10    Electricity Supply, 1900-1980                180
11    The Ideology and Rhetoric of Privatisation   193 
12    Privatisation in Practice                    205
PART FOUR  Australia: a dedicated follower of fashion
13    Privatisation in Victoria                    224
14    The National Electricity Market              241
15    Australia-wide Deregulation                  256
PART FIVE:  Free markets to far-flung corners
16    International Pressure to Privatise          276
17    Independent Power Producers                  289
18    Enron in India                               302
19    Brazil                                       313
CONCLUSION
The Great Electric Confidence Trick          325
Notes                                        341
Index                                        385





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Electric utilities Government policy Case studies, Electric utilities Deregulation Case studies, Electric utilities Corrupt practices Case studies