Confessions of an Economic Hit Man - Chapter 32 and Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 and Chapter 33 Summary and Analysis

On September 10th, John was in the Ecuadorian Amazon with Shakaim Chumpi, an indigenous Ecuadorian and coauthor of a book called Spirit of the Shuar. Shakaim was a soldier in the Ecuador-Peru conflict over the border. The Shuars really didn't care about the politics; they just fought because they were warriors and had to protect their land from foreign soldiers. Shakaim told John that they soon would be going to war with the oil companies. John heard about the terriorist attack on the twin towers on the radio and flew home to Florida. He visited Ground Zero was in shock. John went to Wall Street and watched the silent people. An Afghani man sat next to him and they talked about how it was an attack in response to the economic wars more than anything. John felt...

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