Books and Films

Naomi Klein is the critically acclaimed, New York Times and #1 internationally bestselling author of seven books including No Is Not Enough (2017), This Changes Everything (2014),The Shock Doctrine (2007) and No Logo (2000).

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Books

Publishing on September 17th, an analysis of how bold climate action called for in the Green New Deal is the necessary blueprint for the survival of our world.

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An investigation for The Intercept that uncovers how the forces of shock politics and disaster capitalism seek to undermine Puerto Rico’s radical and resilient vision for a “just recovery” after Hurricane Maria.

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How we got to the surreal moment of Donald Trump’s presidency. A calculation on how under the cover of shocks and crises it could get a lot worse. And a plan for how we may be able to flip the script and arrive at a better future.

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Climate change is a civilizational wake-up call, a powerful message delivered in the language of fires, floods, storms, and droughts. Confronting it is no longer about changing the light bulbs. It’s about changing everything.

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The gripping economic history of how Western free market policies have come to dominate the world, vividly revealing how the power of shocks and crises has been exploited by the 1% to impose “disaster capitalism” on the 99%.

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A collection of reporting from the frontlines of the globalization debate from 1999-2002.

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The “movement bible” that put the new grassroots resistance to ruthless corporatism into clear perspective.  Journalistic investigation combined with political and cultural analysis document the invasive economic practices and damaging social effects of the rising branded world, calling for a more just, sustainable economic model.

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Publishing on September 17th, an analysis of how bold climate action called for in the Green New Deal is the necessary blueprint for the survival of our world.

Read More

An investigation for The Intercept that uncovers how the forces of shock politics and disaster capitalism seek to undermine Puerto Rico’s radical and resilient vision for a “just recovery” after Hurricane Maria.

Read More

How we got to the surreal moment of Donald Trump’s presidency. A calculation on how under the cover of shocks and crises it could get a lot worse. And a plan for how we may be able to flip the script and arrive at a better future.

Read More

Climate change is a civilizational wake-up call, a powerful message delivered in the language of fires, floods, storms, and droughts. Confronting it is no longer about changing the light bulbs. It’s about changing everything.

Read More

The gripping economic history of how Western free market policies have come to dominate the world, vividly revealing how the power of shocks and crises has been exploited by the 1% to impose “disaster capitalism” on the 99%.

Read More

A collection of reporting from the frontlines of the globalization debate from 1999-2002.

Read More

The “movement bible” that put the new grassroots resistance to ruthless corporatism into clear perspective.  Journalistic investigation combined with political and cultural analysis document the invasive economic practices and damaging social effects of the rising branded world, calling for a more just, sustainable economic model.

Read More

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Films

Released in 2004, The Take is a political documentary that turns the globalization debate on its head as it follows Argentina’s radical new movement of occupied businesses: groups of workers who are claiming the country’s bankrupt workplaces and running them without bosses whose slogan is “Occupy. Resist. Produce.”

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What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we’ll ever get to build a better world? The documentary released in 2016  is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change — connecting global stories of struggle with the carbon in the air with the economic system that put it there.

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Released in 2004, The Take is a political documentary that turns the globalization debate on its head as it follows Argentina’s radical new movement of occupied businesses: groups of workers who are claiming the country’s bankrupt workplaces and running them without bosses whose slogan is “Occupy. Resist. Produce.”

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What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we’ll ever get to build a better world? The documentary released in 2016  is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change — connecting global stories of struggle with the carbon in the air with the economic system that put it there.

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