Never-Ending Book Quiz
Quotation from a contemporary novel:
"The conflict between corporations and activists is that of narcolepsy versus remembrance. The corporations have money, power, and influence. Our sole weapon is public outrage. Outrage blocked the Yuccan Dam, ousted Nixon, and in part, terminated the monstrosities in Vietnam. But outrage is unwieldy to manufacture and handle. First, you need scrutiny: second, widespread awareness; only when this reaches a critial mass does public outrage explode into being. ..... The media--and not just the Washington Post--is where democracies conduct their civil wars."
Choose the correct answer:Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell Then We Came to the End, Joshua Ferris The Great Fire, Shirley Hazard
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