Purely cynical and unscholarly
The book is ripe with information and facts well in place making her argument against the evils of capitalism. The only problem is that the facts are twisted and distorted towards her bias. She portrays that governments and companies view disruptions like war, economic depression, and natural disasters as opportunities to impose radical solutions which will benefit them. Each chapter is dedicated to a disrupted event and how these evil governments and corporations who are hand in glove with each other took advantage of the situation leaving behind the effected to continue to suffer. The term “disaster capitalism” is supposed to symbolize this culture.