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The Shock Doctrine - the rise of disaster capitalism, a review

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Naomi's research into this 20th Century monster is very well done and is replete with horrific examples and devastating consequences. It would be wise that we understand the full nature of the beast she has uncovered. Not only does disaster capitalism take advantage of unfortunate countries going through difficult times and destroy their nations' economy and impoverish their citizenry, it creates these very same difficult times in order to force such devastation on the target country.


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