John Perkins was one of the first to insiders to expose the corruption of global banking. His first book, Confessions of an Economic Hitman was published in 2004 and soared to the top of the NYTimes best seller list where it remained for 18 months. As Chief Economist at a major, international consulting firm John advised the World Bank, United Nations, International Monetary Fund, U.S. Treasury, many Fortune 500 corporations and governments in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Through his writing John has continued to expose international corruption. He is an advocate for change and offers ways to move away from systems of predatory capitalism with reforms he calls more transformative than the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions to shape a world our children will want to inherit.
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