George Monbiot book The Invisible Doctrine shared by book fairies at Big Ben

The Invisible Doctrine by George Monbiot and Peter Hutchinson hidden by book fairies

“Participation in politics is not a gift for which we should beg. It is our right.”

The Book Fairies have been busy sharing copies of The Invisible Doctrine by George Monbiot and Peter Hutchison today all around the UK!

Who was lucky enough to spot one?

About the book:

How can you fight something if you don’t know it exists?

We live under an ideology that preys on every aspect of our lives: our education and our jobs; our healthcare and our leisure; our relationships and our mental wellbeing; the planet we inhabit – the very air we breathe. So pervasive has it become that, for most people, it has no name. It seems unavoidable, like a natural law.

But trace it back to its roots, and we discover that it is neither inevitable nor immutable. It was conceived, propagated, and then concealed by the powerful few. Our task is to bring it into the light—and to build a new system that is worth fighting for.

Neoliberalism. Do you know what it is?

Get your hands on a copy!

Not lucky enough to find one today? Good news! This book is available in all good bookshops – and you can ask them to order you a copy if they have sold out. If you’d rather order online, you can still support independent bookshops if you order The Invisible Doctrine here from Bookshop.org.

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