Naomi Klein’s Shock Doctrine

Despite not being a dispassionate reviewer, I wrote this review of Naomi Klein’s Shock Doctrine. In case you didn’t know, I’m not entirely without positive bias. And even with high expectations, the book really impressed. It seems to be doing quite well without my recommendation, but I would like to add my recommendation to the many that are out there. Hope you like the review.

Justin Podur

Author: Justin Podur

Author of Siegebreakers. Ecology. Environmental Science. Political Science. Anti-imperialism. Political fiction. Teach at York U's FES. Author. Writer at ZNet, TeleSUR, AlterNet, Ricochet, and the Independent Media Institute.

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  1. Nice Review
    I wasn’t sure how much new stuff Klein had to say but I’ll be reading it soon (usually I wait for the paperback edition).

    By the way, another interesting review by Steven Sherman. His comments on Klein’s attachment to Keynes and the implications for those desiring utopia I’ll be keeping in mind (which are also in line from my reading of No Logo).

    Haha, you changed the look of the website but kept the captchas. At least add ‘Stop’ (to “The Killing Train” banner) so visitors don’t get freaked out.

    – Suy

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