The Silent Takeover: Global Capitalism and the Death of Democracy

Random House, 2001 - 242 sider
A brilliant and provocative analysis of the impact of globalization, in the tradition of Naomi Klein’s No Logo. The way we are governed is changing. Government has less and less power to influence how we live our lives, while the private sector has more power than ever before. To understand the new world in which we are living, we need to learn to challenge long-held assumptions about the nature of power in society. The Silent Takeover is an essential guide to that new understanding as we enter the 21st century: a time in which we can no longer rely on politicians to meet our needs; a time in which business, rather than political parties, offers the way forward; a time in which we can make more of an impact through our pockets than through the ballot box.

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