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Naomi Klein on how corporate branding has taken... →
There are many acts of destruction for which the Bush years are rightly reviled – the illegal invasions, the defiant defences of torture, the tanking of the global economy. But the administration’s most lasting legacy may well be the way it systematically did to the US government what branding-mad CEOs did to their companies a decade earlier: it hollowed it out, handing over to the private...
A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it...– Matthew