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David Harvey isn't more Marxist than Marx but he does a good job of making one think that is the case. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ewaffle
There are only a few scholars who can dissemble the backbone of capitalism and David Harvey is at the top of that list.Published 4 months ago by Lynne C. Burkhart
Harvey has a real gift for explaining dense economics in accessible language.
Using clear, concise, and riveting language, he explains and explores the most important... Read more
Excellent explanation of current globalisation and it's effects. Also provides a direction to take to avoid complete breakdown of civilisation.Published 7 months ago by S
David Harvey's analysis of the flow of surplus capital around the world, analogous with complex and chaotic global weather systems, is original and vivid and eye opening. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. P. Ashworth
This book has next to nothing in terms of insight into capital flows. There is no research or true knowledge in this useless work. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Gm
learn things have a deeper understanding of economics. I have learn to ask more questions at my bank and about my student loan.Published 11 months ago by char blose
Harvey provides a rare look at what happened to the United States that FDR, the Congress and the Supreme Court created and we have since the 1970s dismantled. Read morePublished 16 months ago by DCD