Capitalism shapes every aspect of our world, beyond just our economic structures; it moulds our values and influences the way we write laws, wage wars and even conduct personal relationships.
From its beginnings to the present day, Capitalism: A Graphic Guide tells the story of capitalism's remarkable and often ruthless rise, evolving through strife and struggle as much as innovation and enterprise.
This non-fiction graphic novel explores the key developments that have shaped our modern world, from early banking to the Opium Wars, financial crashes, the rise of service economies and concerns about sustainability. It also introduces us to the leading proponents and critics of capitalism, providing both a theoretical and practical understanding of this fascinating subject.
About the Author
Dan Cryan has degrees in philosophy from UCL and now works as a market analyst in San Francisco. Sharron Shatil is a philosophy lecturer at the Open University in Israel. Together they are also the authors of Introducing Logic: A Graphic Guide. Piero is an illustrator, artist and graphic designer. He has illustrated over ten books in the Introducing Graphic Guide series.