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on 17 January 2011
Takes the core elements of Naomi Kleins book and vividly illustrates their major impacts on the lives of ordinary people in countries all over the world. How rich political and corporate elites benefit from natural and man-made disasters to push through an economic ideology that ensures power and wealth remains in the hands of the few in each society. Politics has become the handmaiden of greed and power, of corporate interests. The theme that emerges as the narrative unfolds is that disaster capitalism can be challenged, as we become aware of a different history to that which we are expected to docilely accept
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