Arundhati Roy, an award-winning Indian writer and renowned global justice activist, has been interviewed on Democracy Now! many times, discussing environmental issues, Indian politics and her books and essays. She has written many books, including, "Capitalism: A Ghost Story," "The God of Small Things," "An Ordinary Person’s Guide to Empire" and "Field Notes on Democracy: Listening to Grasshoppers."
Arundhati Roy. www.democracynow.org I do Not agree with all her beliefs but she makes some valid points. Capitalism- A Ghost story. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qv8l9AKZanQ "valid points few ppl talk about. trickle down doesn't work, capitalism tends to result in wealth concentration at the top, democracy is impossible without just distribution of wealth, unchecked capitalism leads to slavery, ecological disasters, and ultimately to its own collapse." altaimountain