Bad Samaritans: The Myth of Free Trade and the Secret History of Capitalism
Publish date: December 26th 2007
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
I fell into deep depression reading this book. Basically, this book haunts me. Everything, every outlook seems so dismal. Why?Before continuing reading this review, you'd better know a bit about myself. I am essentially a child. My dream, until now, is still damn naive: changing the world. I know, I...
Despite an annoying writing style and some egregious typos ("the these," "casualty" for "causality" and "samller" for "smaller," among others), the substance of this book is a cogent dissection of the neo-liberal religion and the obsession with "globalization" that has brought even the giants of the...
I found this book at the new release section in the library. The title looked a little melodramatic to me, but I read the praise for it, and it came from all sorts of people--a Nobel laureate in economics, Noam Chomsky, a Financial Times editor & pro-globalization guy. So I decided to read it, and...
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