Finally: Life Inc for under 10 bucks.
It took a while, but my $28 corporate-published book, Life Inc: How Corporatism Conquered the World and How We Can Take it Back is now available – thanks to various corporate discounts – for $9.45 on Amazon.
This is the new and updated version of the book, complete with a “resource guide” – seventy pages of people, organizations, and businesses that have moved beyond corporatism and are thriving by using new peer-to-peer models for value creation and exchange.
So to anyone who may have feared Life Inc would be sad read (it does chronicle the rise and fall of corporatism, after all) here’s 70 pages of nothing but crisis-as-opportunity.
Honestly, this book is an inspiring read for anyone questioning the way banks seem to run our world, and wondering whether there’s a way to do commerce without all this debt and drama. There is. The peer-to-peer economy is back. We need only embrace it.
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