Speaking Freely: Vol. 2: Susan George

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Speaking Freely: Vol. 2: Susan George features an engaging and informative conversation with award-winning scholar Susan George about the problems plaguing the modern world through a discussion of global economics. George, currently the chair of the Planning Board of Transnational Institute in Amsterdam, first explains the fundamentals of globalization demonstration how and why money moves throughout the world. Further, Ms. George diagnoses the corrosive effect of debt by exploring how colonization through capital replaced colonization through violence. She seeks to explain how the flows of global capital, particularly through the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, can be used to promote democracy, freedom, and self-sufficiency around the world. She contrasts this vision with her view of how the world works today where economic superpowers exploit the politically disenfranchised peoples around the world to preserve the economies of the first world. Vol. 2 of the Speaking Freely series provides a framework for understanding global economics and a vision for making a better world in the future.moreless
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