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Neoliberalism: A Critical Reader Neoliberalism: A Critical Reader (Paperback)
by (shelved 9 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 4.11 — 36 ratings — published 2004
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No Logo No Logo (Paperback)
by (shelved 9 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 3.87 — 29,524 ratings — published 2000
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The Road to Serfdom The Road to Serfdom (Paperback)
by (shelved 7 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 4.17 — 19,812 ratings — published 1944
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Evil Paradises: Dreamworlds of Neoliberalism Evil Paradises: Dreamworlds of Neoliberalism (Hardcover)
by (shelved 7 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 3.72 — 174 ratings — published 2007
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Bullshit Jobs: A Theory Bullshit Jobs: A Theory (Hardcover)
by (shelved 6 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 4.00 — 10,550 ratings — published 2018
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The Battle For Paradise The Battle For Paradise (Paperback)
by (shelved 5 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 4.25 — 1,635 ratings — published 2018
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Capitalism and Freedom Capitalism and Freedom (Paperback)
by (shelved 5 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 3.92 — 11,399 ratings — published 1962
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The New Spirit of Capitalism The New Spirit of Capitalism (Hardcover)
by (shelved 5 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 4.26 — 219 ratings — published 1999
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The Burnout Society The Burnout Society (Paperback)
by (shelved 4 times as neoliberalism)
avg rating 3.95 — 5,756 ratings — published 2010
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Noam Chomsky
“Both political parties have moved to the right during the neoliberal period. Today’s New Democrats are pretty much what used to be called “moderate Republicans.” The “political revolution” that Bernie Sanders called for, rightly, would not have greatly surprised Dwight Eisenhower.

The fate of the minimum wage illustrates what has been happening. Through the periods of high and egalitarian growth in the ‘50s and ‘60s, the minimum wage—which sets a floor for other wages—tracked productivity. That ended with the onset of neoliberal doctrine. Since then, the minimum wage has stagnated (in real value). Had it continued as before, it would probably be close to $20 per hour. Today, it is considered a political revolution to raise it to $15.”
Noam Chomsky

Jean Baudrillard
“The softening of thought began with open-heart ideology: the New Philosophers. It continued with the New Romantics. Then the revival of philosophy in general. Then the euphoria of new enterprise and new business. The social 'naturalism' of neoliberalism. Everywhere face-lifted values have reinstalled themselves, a touching dynamism, a puerile religiosity, in which love resurfaces blithely. A way for the horde to close ranks at the time of the greatest dispersion of the species.

Zinoviev doesn't give a damn about the Western intelligentsia, with its subtlety and sophistication. He knows that the massive unintelligible reality on the other side of the iron curtain is more interesting than our dialectical, interactive processes. He draws the power of his irony from the power of stupidity. The gist of what he is saying is that if we have not conquered this stupidity, you are not going to overcome it. And he is only too damned right. Or he is saying this: you are behind us in absolute terms, because we have been through the worst, whereas you still have it to go through. You cannot argue with that. Dissidents? In the case of Sakharov, says Zinoviev, the Western world and the Eastern bloc derive equal benefit from this lamentable situation and are equally responsible for it. You have no hope of converting us for we are a more advanced form, the post-catastrophe social form, the form of survival. You are still in the realm of life, but we are already in the realm of afterlife - survival. In any case, your society is artificial: it goes to any lengths to sustain illusions from which we have already drawn all the possible consequences. Do not hope for communism to evolve, for it is you who quite peaceably will take the same path as we have. You are already a lot like us.”
Jean Baudrillard, Cool Memories

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