Modern Slavery And The Gods Of Consumption
By: Ofer EvenMichael is obsessed with climbing the corporate ladder. Then a series of events turns his life upside down. He begins to advocate overthrowing the corporate “sole” and its grip on society. Can Michael get free without losing all that is dear to him?
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Book DescriptionMeet Michael Marks, the man who wants to buy everything
Michael Marks is a successful advertising agent, obsessed with consumerism and climbing the corporate ladder. He takes more pleasure in buying a new car than in his wife's third pregnancy. In fact, he even appraises his children in terms of profit and loss! Then a series of experiences and disillusionments begin to turn his life upside down…A roller-coaster of events shakes Michael to the core
When Michael's client is jailed for embezzlement, Michael learns that the American prison system is a business for profit with the highest ratio of inmates in the world, 1:100! His company advertises meat without FDA approval, leading to a crisis that forces Michael to fire thousands of workers. Then in an argument with his impoverished housekeeper, Jonathan, Michael is unnerved when accused of being an unwitting prisoner in a gilded cage who worships the "God of Consumption".The complete transformation of Michael Marks
Michael comes around to Jonathan's way of thinking and together they write a manual advocating the overthrow of the corporate "sole" and its grip on society. Can Michael free himself and his family of "modern slavery?" Can he change the world without losing all that is dear to him?
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