'Social strategy and corporate structure' is an objective, indepth examination of the organizational requirements of a social role for large-scale business. The role Neil Chamberlain presents is one of heroic dimensions - the political choice of goals, the strategic allocation of resources, and the tactical operations of the mechanisms of production. This book is not a detailed blueprint for change. Rather, it presents a thorough, systematic study of available courses of action for improvement, basedon the principle that conventional notions of corporate independence will have to be modified for any social strategy to work. And while not everyone will agree with Neil Chamberlain, few can afford to ignore his provocative insights into what corporations must do to function effectively in a changed social environment.