• Thomkins

    I wonder if you might consider also reading one of Friedman’s books, such as Free to Choose, and commenting in your review on whether you think that Naomi Klein has described Friedman’s positions accurately. Most reviews haven’t included a thoughtful discussion on that topic. It would be good if this question were discussed more extensively.

  • Thomkins

    I wonder if you might consider also reading one of Friedman’s books, such as Free to Choose, and commenting in your review on whether you think that Naomi Klein has described Friedman’s positions accurately. Most reviews haven’t included a thoughtful discussion on that topic. It would be good if this question were discussed more extensively.

  • http://loomnie.com/ loomnie

    Dear Thomkins,

    Oh yea, I actually just decided to order the book. It seems I will spend most of the holiday season with the two of them. Should get back on them in January.

    Thanks for your comments.

    Sincerely,
    Loomnie.

  • http://loomnie.com loomnie

    Dear Thomkins,

    Oh yea, I actually just decided to order the book. It seems I will spend most of the holiday season with the two of them. Should get back on them in January.

    Thanks for your comments.

    Sincerely,
    Loomnie.

  • http://arins-odyssey.blogspot.com/ Marin

    Hello Loomnie, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a message.

    The Shock Doctrine, which I bought a couple of months again while waiting in a train station keeps me riveted everytime I read it. I just see a lot of things that have happened/are happening in Africa more clearly. Unfortunately, due to some private circumstances, I’ve not yet been able to finish it yet – hopefully, I’ll finish it during the holidays. I’ll maybe check out a book about Friedman, in order to develop a balanced view like the previous poster suggested.

  • http://arins-odyssey.blogspot.com Marin

    Hello Loomnie, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a message.

    The Shock Doctrine, which I bought a couple of months again while waiting in a train station keeps me riveted everytime I read it. I just see a lot of things that have happened/are happening in Africa more clearly. Unfortunately, due to some private circumstances, I’ve not yet been able to finish it yet – hopefully, I’ll finish it during the holidays. I’ll maybe check out a book about Friedman, in order to develop a balanced view like the previous poster suggested.

  • http://loomnie.com/ loomnie

    Dear Marin,

    Thanks for your comments. You could get Friedman’s Free to Choose. It is easy to read, especially if one if not an economist.

    Loomnie.

  • http://loomnie.com loomnie

    Dear Marin,

    Thanks for your comments. You could get Friedman’s Free to Choose. It is easy to read, especially if one if not an economist.

    Loomnie.