One Market Under God

How did CEOs come to see themselves as revolutionaries? How were markets able to present themselves as more legitmate than democracy? When did skepticism become a sin? And how is it that concern for the downtrodden became "elitist?"

The book, more than any other, that radicalized me, One Market Under God is an impassioned and absurdly well-written all-out indictment of the off-kilter culture of business and how that culture has coopted legitimate political and economic discourse in this country. One Market Under God is a filter, a lexicon, an antidote: it tells you which curtain to look behind.