Growth Illusion Summary

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Introduction
When Corporations Rule the World expounds on how economic globalization has focused the influence to manage global organizations and economic markets and disconnect them from responsibility to the social interest of individuals. The novel notates the overwhelming human and conservational values of the struggles of these establishments to renovate morals and foundations universally to assist their own businesses. It also exposes how and why millions of individuals are acting to retrieve their civil and financial authority from this discriminatory potency and offers a plan for reestablishing fairness and delving economic influence in the general public and communities. The book outlines the damage that corporations have caused universally to our economic system, and the complexities of the structuring issues in corporate organizations.
The book gives a wide-ranging analysis that with the unlimited growth of global corporate power, a new corporate colonialism resulting in the loss of national control, trade and industry dependency, and continued conservational and social decline. The corporate goal of international consumerism on a whole is simply unsustainable without catastrophic social and environmental consequences. The forthcoming conservation uprising will require a new corporate image of social
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Growth has been the root cause of distress and causing increases in unemployment, crime, diseases and illnesses, broken families, wage losses, etc. The growth illusion discloses the real nature of aimless economic growth, and contests many beliefs in ensuring that self-interest will prevail for everyone. In order for individuals to prevail nations must learn to build stable

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