Only problem with a Ms Klein's "people's economic revolution" is with whom you're going to replace the Neo-liberal "Chicago Boys"? The Berkeley "mafia"? The Keynesians at Harvard and NYU? Or may be it would be with the socialists at the London School of Economics? Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on your self-interested perspective), the Neo-liberals now own all the pitchforks (the police, the army and the prisons), so any change is going to be potentially quite violent and, in the long run, probably ineffective or downright self-destructive. It's taken 70 years since the end of WWII to get into this economic cul de sac and it's not going to change except gradually without a complete economic meltdown. In the meanwhile, Twitter just issued a 10 billion dollar IPO and Facebook has a 60 billion dollar IPO so things are just great where I live.