Capitalism: A Structural Genocide

Capitalism: A Structural Genocide

Garry Leech

In the wake of the worldwide monetary difficulty, and ongoing savage executive cuts the world over, Garry Leech addresses a urgent and priceless subject: the character of up to date capitalism, and the way it inherently generates inequality and structural violence.

Drawing on a few interesting case experiences from internationally - together with the compelled displacement of farmers in Mexico, farmer suicides in India, and deaths from preventable and treatable ailments in Sub-Saharan Africa, in addition to the unsustainable exploitation of the planet's usual assets - Leech provocatively argues that worldwide capitalism constitutes a sort of genocide opposed to the negative, relatively within the worldwide South.

Essential and eye-opening the e-book questions the legitimacy of a process that unavoidably leads to such large-scale human anguish, whereas going past mere critique to provide a extra egalitarian, democratic and sustainable worldwide alternative.

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