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Naomi Klein
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Naomi Klein is not a newcomer to the civil disobedience which she lauds and promotes throughout No Logo. Born to parents who fled to Canada in order to avoid the Vietnam draft, she was raised in a familial environment of individual freedom and the necessity of exposing that which is believed to be morally wrong. Her target is not the U.S. government or that of any other developed nation, however; it is the rise of multinational corporations which control or wrongly influence governments, abuse people, society, and environments, and promote insidious forms of censorship, all in the name of profit. In a work filled with extensive research and detail, Klein takes shots at numerous multinational corporations including Nike, Gap, Disney, Wal-Mart, Shell Oil, and McDonald's. Klein exposes their "dirty laundry" of human abuse, environmental destruction, exploitation of the young and poor in America and in third world...

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