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Bad Samaritans: The Myth of Free Trade and the Secret History of Capitalism - Community Reviews back

by Ha-Joon Chang
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Linhtalinhtinh
Linhtalinhtinh rated it 7 years ago
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...
spocksbro
spocksbro rated it 12 years ago
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...
paigeawesome
paigeawesome rated it 12 years ago
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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