Yeeeeh... Is that bad? It seems like it might be bad. And maybe not so well-matched. is there a paralell universe of psychoanalytic theorists who think the notion that what yr subconcious thinks is a hella useless fact run ramapant? Is this where my theorist is from?
Today, I've spent all day reading Stiglitz's snivling, whiny Globalisation and its Discontents. Really? The World Bank doesn't do anything wrong at all ever? Because it has a big stone plac saying "We're not big fans of poor people" (in this making-them-less-poor sense, not the making-them-less-people sense, obviously)? Really? So why did you leave it then, shitface?
Is everything, everywhere, ever really the fault of the IMF all the time, always? Why aren't you taking responsibility?? Craphead!
However, I feel this book will look a lot better on my bibliography then the blantent agenderising and more then a bit wrong No Logo, or the deeply regretably named New Rulers of The World. Must we, really, call our books things like Rich White Men Ate My Babies For Lower Taxes?
Please, I desperately need books on globalisation and "why the making of policy has become so contentious" that don't look anti-Semitic (I realise, of course, that these books aren't, but they do all smack, a bit, of Protocol) and have dull names like Macroeconomics Is Utterly And Completely Benign and This Whole Books Was Based On An Economic Model That Features Perfect Supply/Denmand Relationships Because That's What All The Best Universities Teach Even Though It's Complete Bollocks, And So This Whole Book Comes Across As Very Very Un-Biased In Every Respect.