In Power Politics, Arundhati Roy challenges the idea that only "experts" can speak out on such urgent matters as the globalization of the world economy, the privatization of India's power supply by U.S.-based energy companies, and the construction of monumental dams that will dislocate hundreds of thousands of people. Roy takes us to the frontlines of struggles for social justice and a humane, democratic future.
|Publisher:||South End Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
Table of Contents
|The Ladies Have Feelings, So ... Shall We Leave It to the Experts?||1|
|Power Politics: The Reincarnation of Rumpelstiltskin||35|
|On Citizens' Rights to Express Dissent||87|
|The Algebra of Infinite Justice||105|
|War Is Peace||125|
|About the Author||183|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The essay 'Algebra of Infinite Justice' is powerful. A must read. I am forever grateful for Arundhati Roy for keeping me sane at times where I thought I was crazy because no one else seemed to think the same way I did.