“A more honest and human-centred approach to the brutishness of business under contemporary capitalism can be found in journalist Matt Taibbi’s account of the code of ethics and practices of ‘Anonymous,’ an African-American marijuana dealer, in The Business Secrets of Drug Dealing.

This well-structured narrative of a dealer who calls himself Huey Carmichael after two black revolutionary icons — Black Panther co-founder Huey Newton and civil rights organiser Stokely Carmichael — recounts how he both builds a thriving business but is also then forced out of it at the moment of drugs legalisation.”

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