That I got to see. From what little I saw there, I am inclined to agree with the last part of the review: So yeah, there is a lot there to digest and provoke thought, but I always take "sky is falling" attitudes with just a teensy bit o' salt. I'm not at all trying to suggest there are not some shady deals going on behind the scenes. There are certainly enough that have come to light after the fact in our own country. Still, after weighing the options (pardon the pun) and considering the merits and lack of with each economic system capable of long term compatibility on a global scale with practical application, when the smoke clears and the dust settles I still end up favoring capitalism. Not because capitalism is perfect...but because capitalism seems to me the lesser of realistically available evils. Good point. I think a lot has to do with the lack of legal protection for intellectual property in China specifically and the East in general, and that is likely rooted in some cultural paradigm I haven't uncovered yet. Maybe some extension of "Mandate of Heaven," or something?