Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2013
DD ISBN 9780385360418 $20.00
Graeber, a prominent anthropologist, has become one of the most articulate voices for the Occupy Wall Street movement and its progenitors. Graeber’s audiobook about OWS follows in the great leftist tradition, mixing theory and practice, observations about process, and stories about street action to generate the point of view of a self-aware activist. Grover Gardner remains one of the preeminent audiobook narrators. His warm baritone is always clear and well paced. As its title suggests, this is not a blow-by-blow journalistic account of Occupy Wall Street but a more freewheeling discussion of its important aspects, where the movement originated, and where it may be going. Gardner adds life to Graeber’s commentary on theory and practice. F.C. © AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2013]
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