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  • Messed me up, in the best way

    If your life is too good and you want sometime to really ruin your day, read this book. How the book tracks from start to finish is amazing. You think you've heard it all and then you read the next chapter.

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  • Must read!

    This book is amazing. Thorough and comprehensive with lots of references for everything written. A must read when it comes to the history of Chicago school corporatism.

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  • A warning to us all

    Wonderful, powerful book that anyone who wants to understand why we are in such a state should read. Thoroughly researched and powerful in its analysis of the failure of neoliberalism

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  • It Starts Off As A Klein Classic

    Klein writes a great book, don't get me wrong. But this one is a PhD thesis poorly researched. All of her points are right but she fails to acknowledge that one country achieved the outcomes she described on a vote of a revolution. As such I feel this book has a powerful message poorly researched. Maybe next time Klien will talk to Jane Kelsey

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