A book marked by a sombre and scathing rhetoric that recalls the Frankfurt School critique of thinkers such as Adorno and Marcuse. --Boyd Tonkin, Independent
A superb analysis of the way in which citizens have lost power in a political and economic system built around the free market. --Roy Greenslade, Guardian
A persuasive and vital analysis. --Times Higher Education Supplement
About the Author
DAN HIND was a publisher for ten years. In 2009 he left the industry to develop a program of media reform centered around public commissioning. His journalism has appeared in the Guardian, New Scientist, Lobster and the Times Literary Supplement. His first book, The Threat to Reason, was published to much acclaim by Verso in 2007.