In Political Equality

George William Domhoff or Bill to his friends, colleagues and relatives is truly a sociologist and psychologist by heart. He is already 71 years old this coming August 6, 2007. A native of Youngstown, Ohio and a son of George William and Helen S. Cornett Domhoff, G. William Domhoff is serving as a research professor at University of California, Santa Cruz after receiving his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the Duke University, the Masteral Degree in Psychology at Kent State University, and the Doctoral Degree in Psychology at the University of Miami.

He formerly served as an assistant professor of psychology at Los Angeles State College during circa 1960’s, and alson in 1965 at the University of California, Cowell College, Santa Cruz which he was promoted as a full time professor until now. Researches, Writings, and Reviews George William Domhoff writes books that mostly tackles politics, social problem, economy, and related issues. He gives the Literature Industry vast contributions because of his well-acclaimed books and articles. Some of which are Who Rules America (1967), C. Wright Mills and the Power Elite and The Power Elite and its critics (1968), The Higher Circles (1970).

Fat Cats and Democrats: The Role of the Big Rich in the Party of the Common Man (1972), The Bohemian Grove and other retreats; a study in ruling-class cohesiveness (1974), Social Clubs, Policy-Planning Groups, and Corporations: a Network Study of Ruling-Class Cohesiveness and The Ruling Class and the Women's Page at The Insurgent Sociologist (1975 and 1977 respectively), Who Really Rules?

New Haven and Community Power Re-Examined (1978), The Powers That Be (1979), The Corporate Community and Government: Do They Interlock? and Power Structure Research (1980), Latent Classes and Group Membership in the Social Networks (1981), Jews in the Protestant Establishment (1982), The New Class War: Reagan's Attack on the Welfare State and Its Consequences in the Social Policy and Nonprofit Organizations and the Corporate Community in the Social Science History and Who Rules America Now? (1983), Where do government experts come from?

The CEA and the policy-planning network in the Power Elites and Organizations, and The Wagner Act and Theories of the State: A New Analysis Based on Class-Segment Theory in the Political Power and Social Theory (1987), The Power Elite and the State: How Policy Is Made in America (1990), Blacks in the White Establishment? A Study of Race and Class in America (1991), Myth and Reality in Business Support for Democrats and Republicans in the 1936 Presidential Election in the American Political Science Review and State Autonomy or Class Dominance?

Case Studies on Policy Making in America (1996), Diversity in the Power Elite: Have Women and Minorities Reached the Top? (1998), the fourth edition of Who Rules America? (2002), Blacks in the White Elite: Will the Progress Continue? and The Powers That Be: How the Left Can Stop Losing and Win (2003), and the fifth edition of Who Rules America? Power, Politics, & Social Change and The limitations of Regime Theory in the City and Community (2006) along with many other masterpieces he heartedly wrote and dedicated to his fellow countrymen.

Based on George William Domhoff’s usual topic and issues taken as subject of his intelligent writing, he is advocating and pointing out the readers Equality, Fairness and Inclusion whether it is political, economic, social, or whatever aspects of citizenry it could bring. He is a great advocate of Political Equality. He assures public that the only way to come up a better America and a grand political success is to have full force of alliances with a touch of modern strategies.

With his intelligent analysis of the political problem, which rooted from the basics as he attempt to provide possible proposals, he eagerly noted misconducts and misconceptions in politics and political genre. After which, he intellectually provide us serious but viable alternatives solutions on problem related to politics. He successfully envisioned the inclusion of the Leftist in the Democratic Party and some possible alliances. Conclusion

To conclude, I would like to recognize Professor George William Domhoff for always pointing out this vision, and from his presentation, I have realized and learned this powerful idea: That freedom and equality is relevantly relative and connected to each other in order to gain full potential and fulfillment.

R E F E R E N C E S

Domhoff, W. G. (2007). Retrieved May 21, 2007,  From Wikipedia, The Free Ecnyclopedia. Web site: http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/G. _William_Domhoff Domhoff, W. G. (2007). Who Rules America? Retrieved May 21, 2007, from Who Rules America. Web site: http://sociology. ucsc. edu/whorulesamerica/domhoff_bibliogra phy. html