Market Killing

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This book shows how the release of the free market in the last part of the 20th century produced a rise in inequality and violence the development of a huge criminal economy and the degradation of social and cultural life. It questions the silence of academics in the face of these changes and asks how much they have been incorporated into the priorities of commerce and governments. Many academics in the social sciences and media and cultural studies have avoided critical issues and become occupied in obscure theoretical ...

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