Britain For Sale At A Massively Discounted Price: Implications Of Hyper-capitalism On
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Britain For Sale At A Massively Discounted Price: Implications Of Hyper-capitalism On The Working Class
This study is focused on the supposed impending danger of the elimination of the working class in the UK (especially in London) due to several reasons brought about by or aided by 'hyper-capitalism' that is recently been witnessed in the UK. For an economy to be said to be 'hyper' in nature; it means it is 'hyperactive' or unusually energetic, overexcited, overstimulated (www.dictionary.com). This is simply because while most developed countries in Europe and other parts of the world are taking more steps towards economic systems that are; while still capitalist in nature, still put the administration and management of public goods and servicesDownloadViews: 58

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