I read it once, and I couldn’t believe it.
I went back to the beginning and read it right through again and I believe it even less.
I want to, honestly. And I feel as strongly as the author that The Shock Doctrine is changing the world. But it runs in the face of all economics I have been taught and I find myself scorning and muttering ‘alarmist’ to some of the more provocative paragraphs.
I will now read Seth Godin to recover.
- Naomi Klein: Serious about climate? Throw out the free-market playbook (grist.org)
- Seth Godin’s one piece of financial advice (christianpf.com)
- Why Now? What’s Next? Naomi Klein and Yotam Marom in Conversation About Occupy Wall Street (tleonidas.wordpress.com)
- After Cast Lead, Israeli Companies Now Profit from Rebuilding Gaza (rabbibrant.com)
- Review: The Shock Doctrine (steadydietoffilm.typepad.com)
- Hoisted from the Archives: Tyler Cowen Thinks Naomi Klein Believes Her Own Bulls— (April 8, 2010) (delong.typepad.com)
- Paul Krugman: Shock Doctrine, U.S.A. (economistsview.typepad.com)