Can’t Pay Won’t Pay – Debt Collective

As isolated individuals, debtors have little influence. But as a bloc, we can leverage our debts and devise new tactics to challenge the corporate creditor class and help win reparative, universal public goods. Individually, our debts overwhelm us. But together, our debts can make us powerful - says the Debt

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Boom – Michael Shnayerson

The meteoric rise of the largest unregulated financial market in the world - for contemporary art - is driven by a few passionate, guileful, and very hard-nosed dealers. Shnayerson chronicles their rise to power and the artists they brought along with them, incidentally providing an insight into the structural transformation

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Snowden’s Box – Dale Maharidge and Jessica Bruder

Bruder and Maharidge reveal their peripheral, yet crucial, involvement in Snowden's disclosures and detail the effects knowledge of vast surveillance mechanisms has on journalists. They also provide ways for individuals to enhance their online privacy and decrease their digital footprint.

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Gaza – Norman Finkelstein

Since 2004, Israel has launched eight devastating “operations” against Gaza’s largely defenseless population. Thousands have perished, and tens of thousands have been left homeless. In the meantime, Israel has subjected Gaza to a merciless illegal blockade. What has befallen Gaza is a man-made humanitarian disaster.

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The Right to Maim – Jasbir K. Puar

Puar uses the concept of “debility”—bodily injury and social exclusion brought on by economic and political factors—to disrupt the category of disability.

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The New Map – Daniel Yergin

Yergin offers an account of how energy revolutions and climate change shape great power rivalries and their geopolitical strategies while setting them on a collision course in their pursuit of global dominance.

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