Apply David Mcnally’s analysis of the relationship between debt, discipline, and dispossession to the film The End of Poverty. In what ways do you see the themes of debt, discipline and dispossession appear in the film in a global context? How do race and class relate in the context of the IMF and world bank’s debt-based development regimes? Pick up on any of these questions and write a one paragraph analysis applying Mcnally’s reading and the interview with Professor Thornton to any of the themes and narratives covered in the documentary.
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