No, by Klein, not of a Klein book. The conclusion:
This need not have been the case. Fraser spares only a few short paragraphs for those movements that are attempting to overcome the obstacles he documents — student-debt resisters, fast-food and Walmart workers fighting for a living wage, regional campaigns to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour or the various creative attempts to organize vulnerable immigrant workers. We hear absolutely nothing directly from the leaders of these contemporary movements, all of whom are struggling daily with the questions at the heart of this book.
That’s too bad. Because if hope is to be credible, we need to hear not just from yesterday’s dreamers but from today’s as well.
Isn’t that just great?
“Naomi Klein gives this book two stars only as it doesn’t mention Naomi Klein and her friends enough”.