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Steal as Much as You Can

How to Win the Culture Wars in an Age of Austerity
Narrated by: Lisa Coleman
Length: 5 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: History, Political
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To put it plainly then: the vast majority of people tasked with creating our media simply lack the sensibilities that have always driven artistic innovation.

The 2010s have been a double-edged decade. Socioeconomic factors have led to the widespread and increased disenfranchisement of poorer people from the mainstream media and the institutions shaping it. This has coincided with a growing number of people from low income backgrounds also receiving better educations than ever before, and having the means at their disposal to both name and resent it.

Steal as Much as You Can is the story of how this bright generation came to be, and what effective means are still at their disposal to challenge the establishment and ultimately win. By rejecting the established routines of achieving prosperity, and by stealing what you can from them on the way, this audiobook offers hope to anyone who feels increasingly frustrated by our increasingly unequal society.

©2019 Nathalie Olah (P)2019 Repeater Books

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an absolute breath of fresh air. Proper cutting analysis presented in a way that is incredibly accessible.