The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism
The shock doctrine is the unofficial story of how the "free market" came to dominate the world, from Chile to Russia, China to Iraq, South Africa to Canada. But it is a story radically different from the one usually told. It is a story about violence and shock perpetrated on people, on countries, on economies. About a program of social and economic engineering that Naomi Klein calls "disaster capitalism."
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Shock Doctrine is Naomi Klein's history of how multinational corporations with the aid of western governments have forced rigid free market ideology on resource-rich third world countries through ...
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This book was very thought-provoking and informative, and it challenged some assumptions I held about the motivations behind government involvement in different situations. Naomi Klein argues that US ... Read full review
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