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Captive State The Corporate Takeover of Britain

Out of Print
By: George Monbiot
430 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
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  • Captive State ISBN: 9780330369435 Paperback Sep 2001 Out of Print #119032
  • Captive State ISBN: 9780333901649 Hardback Sep 2000 Out of Print #111074
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A controversial book by the colourful and combative campaigner and journalist. From the publisher's PR release: 'In the most explosive book on British politics of the new decade, Monbiot uncovers what many have suspected but few have been able to prove: that big business is taking over Britain ... The state is no longer the initiator of policy but an increasingly helpless bystander. Quietly, the state, the police, academia and the nominally independent media are falling into the hands of private business. And as institutional corruption strikes at the heart of public life, in a contest between the desires of big business and the needs of the electorate, the electorate loses out every time.'

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Out of Print
By: George Monbiot
430 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
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