From Publishers Weekly
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Brilliant book. It is the second part of the Harvey "Trilogy", which includes Brief History of Neoliberalism, Enigma of Capitalism, and 17 Contradictions, all of which give... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Adrian Mendez
David Harvey's *The Enigma of Capital* is a welcome synopsis and update of the theses of his *Limits to Capital*: it is the *Prolegomena* to that *Critique*, as it were. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jeffrey Rubard
Wonderful scientific book, a must to read for those who do share our view, that capitalism is a disaster for us, living on this stupid Earth-Published 7 months ago by Antal Halmos
It didn't seem fair to deduct a star but the book is definitely college-level: full of historical and international references that got a little hard to follow. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Jalmari
David Harvey isn't more Marxist than Marx but he does a good job of making one think that is the case. Read morePublished 14 months 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 17 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