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ISBN-13: 9781612193748
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Melville House, 2/2015
I've accepted bureaucracy as a fact of life. As something to take for granted. As something insidious. Graeber's collection of essays explains why this is so. More importantly, he points us to new ways and tools to conceive of, and interact with, bureaucracy. This book left me buzzing with ideas and wanting to reread. One of my favorites of the year. -Alex

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