Zombie Capitalism by Chris Harman

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Chris Harman is a leader of the Socialist Workers Party in the UK.
to read his book published by Haymarket Books in 2010, click on

https://archive.org/stream/pdfy-kvzhB4k4AcAT-7iA/Zombie%20Capitalism%20-%20Chris%20Harman_djvu.txt

“We live in an unstable world, and the instability is going to increase. It is a world where a billion people feel hungry everyday, and the hunger is going to increase. By mid 2007, a number of banks suddenly discovered they could not balance their books and stopped lending to each other.”

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