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World Thinkers 2014: Naomi Klein

Journalist and activist, Canada

By Prospect Team  

Naomi Klein made her name as one of the leading voices in the anti-globalisation movement of the late 1990s. Her first book, No Logo, was described as the “Das Kapital of the… anti-corporate movement.” In 2011, Klein addressed Occupy Wall Street protestors in New York’s Zucotti Park, drawing parallels between that protest and the anti-globalisation demonstrations in Seattle in 1999. This autumn she will publish her first book since 2008, The Message: What Climate Change Is Telling Us About How Our Species Must Evolve.

Further reading Interview: Klein explains why she believes…

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