The End of Poverty?

Despite leftist and post-colonialism’s influences (especially Frantz Fanon’s theory of the industrialized north contrasted with the poor south) this documentary shows the destructive face of international financial structures (such as the World Bank or International Monetary Fund) and the limits of capitalism.

(Am I wrong if I assume that the limits of capitalism are the limits of human nature, translated into social praxis? However, a balanced capitalism is better than the option of a utopian socialism that actually brought more pain and suffering.)

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