Chloe's Reviews > The Soft Cage: Surveillance in America, From Slavery to the War on Terror

The Soft Cage by Christian Parenti
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Mar 07, 2008

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bookshelves: history, sociology
Read in January, 2005

Worth reading if only for the chapter on UPS and how every single movement of an employee's job is scripted to ensure "maximum efficiency"- everything from scanning packages to having a driver buckle their seatbelt at the same time as they start the truck.
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