The overview studies in hand also of those who have been part of it tell us how the political industrial system has changed. In this case, the work was closed into three categories: W.A.S.P., communists and the famous “partners”. The former were direct heirs of the American hippie culture, considered beautiful, young and rampant, the latter were all the intellectual establishment that worked in the famous international newspapers such as New York Times, Financial Times, or The Guardian / Le Mondé, specialized magazines such as Economist, and Time. In this period, however, another culture was added catalysing, that of the alternatives, if the former were proponents as well as proud clerics of settling and homologating living standards. The latter were the proud opponents of it. This new category of intellectuals and entrepreneurs do not want to feel represented by a single way of union representation but wants to choose it according to where they best satisfy their interests. These famous new workers, very often children of a culture daughter of the American dream and they come from the proletariat but have had a life path that has led them to grow up as newcomers children of an America that no longer exists, has preferred to reinvent itself rather than being faced with the difficult choice of having to take sides, choosing realities not yet registered within the trade union categories in vogue such as confindustrie and workers’ acronyms. Their class of belonging is given by the great American and Anglo-Saxon culture of consulting firms, McKenzy, Hernest & Young, Boston Club and many more. And very often by joining as partners, this allows him to set up his own business by opening large consulting firms themselves and if not companies same for which they worked. This category of defined non-aligned people have chosen their path and it will still be hard to declare the fateful sentence: In life you always take sides! This Is a life story pillar!