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Dambisa Moyo has a zest for zeroing in on the great economic issues of our time and delivering a rough-edged analysis of them...Then she savaged what she saw as the self-indulgent attitudes of the West and contrasted those with the drive and
Story continues below ''Then came the Renaissance, the founding of America and the Enlightenment, before the West peaked with the social revolutions of the 1960s. ''And 1969 was the peak. The Russians and the Americans took us beyond our earthly
Fifty Years of Economic Folly-and the Stark Choices Ahead by Dambisa Moyo 30 June 2011 book listing In How the West Was Lost , the New York Times bestselling author Dambisa Moyo offers a bold account of the decline of the West's economic supremacy.
Video Video Video But what is to be made of an international economist who begins a conversation with the same suppressing stipulation? The other day, the author Dambisa Moyo was still settling into a banquette at the French bistro Le Select in
The Guardian She has the background and smarts to opine smartly. Sadly, however, judging by her new book, she is bored by logic, incapable of writing an interesting sentence, and lazy. This book, in its incoherence, reads less like a book than like a