The shock doctrine the rise of disaster capitalism klein naomi on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the shock doctrine the rise of disaster capitalism. The shock doctrine the rise of disaster capitalism is a 2007 book by the canadian author and social activist naomi kleinin the book klein argues that neoliberal free market policies as advocated by the economist milton friedman have risen to prominence in some developed countries because of a deliberate strategy of shock therapythis centers on the exploitation of national crises . The rise of disaster capitalism the bush administrations doctrine of preventive war took a major leap forward imposing shock therapy on countries in various states of shock for at . Aster zones the shock doctrine explodes the myth that the global free market triumphed dem ocratically disaster capitalism the rapid fire cor porate reengineering of societies that are reeling from shock did not begin with september 11 2001 in this courageous new book klein traces the intellectual origins of disaster capitalism back. The shock doctrine is kleins ambitious look at the economic history of the last 50 years and the rise of free market fundamentalism around the world disaster capitalism as she
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