Capitalism: A Ghost Story
Arundhati Roy talked about her book, Capitalism: A Ghost Story, in which she discusses the impact of economic globalization on Third World countries. She argues that the exploitation of workers on the margins of the global capitalist system goes largely unnoticed, even though the negative impact is huge. Ms. Roy spoke at an event hosted by the New School in New York City. close
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