Book Reviews of Profit Over People: Neoliberalism Global Order

Profit Over People: Neoliberalism Global Order
Profit Over People Neoliberalism Global Order
Author: Noam Chomsky, Robert W. McChesney
ISBN-13: 9781888363821
ISBN-10: 1888363827
Publication Date: 11/1998
Pages: 288
  • Currently 2.8/5 Stars.

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Publisher: Seven Stories Press
Book Type: Paperback
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As always, Chomsky is way ahead of the curve., July 2, 2002
Reviewer: S. C. Curtis "oakshaman" (Gwinn, MI United States) - See all my reviews

There is more concentrated political and economic truth in this one slim volume then in any other book that I've ever read. Nowhere is the war against the working class exposed more clearly and accurately. "Free Trade" is the nemesis of true democracy and of the common man. Such a policy only really favors the extremely rich and less than 1000 large global corporations. You won't hear about any of this in the corporate press however, for in the neoliberal democracy all debate is side tracked on trivial issues by two political parties who both basically represent the same corporate masters (kind of like a giant game of good cop/bad cop...)

Ever wonder why you and the people around you feel so powerless and alienated in a vast landscape of shopping malls? You didn't think that "just happened" did you? The decades old goal of the powers-that-be has been to atomise American communities into loose conglomerations of "consumers" incapable of organising, or even thinking of organizing.

If you want the hard FACTS about corporate rule, then read this book. You see, a corporation isn't merely an "immortal person" under law, they are immortal sociopaths- sociopaths backed and enhanced by state power over and above the interests and votes of the common man.