Belching Out the Devil
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Belching Out the Devil : Global Adventures with Coca-Cola

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Coca-Cola and its logo are everywhere. In our homes, our workplaces, even our schools. It is a company that sponsors the Olympics, backs US presidents and even re-brands Santa Claus. A truly universal product, it has even been served in space.

From Istanbul to Mexico City, Mark travels the globe investigating the stories and people Coca-Cola's iconic advertising campaigns don't mention. Child labourers in the sugar cane fields of El Salvador. Indian workers exposed to toxic chemicals. Colombian union leaders falsely accused of terrorism and jailed alongside the paramilitaries who want to kill them. And many more...

Provocative, funny and stirring, Belching Out the Devil investigates the truth behind one of the planet's biggest brands.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 126 x 198 x 24mm | 260g
  • Ebury Press
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • w. photos
  • 0091927048
  • 9780091927042
  • 286,137

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"A compelling investigation"
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"Funny, frightening and a damn fine read ... It's the real thing" * Time Out * "This is great comedy, great travel writing and great reporting" * The Times * "A compelling investigation" * Financial Times * "Part light-hearted travelogue, part passionate polemic, part investigative documentary: Michael Palin meets Michael Moore" * chortle.co.uk * "By far the most entertaining left-wing polemicist currently operating, as well as one of the smartest and most effective" * The Times *
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About Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas has worked as a comedian for over twenty years. His activist, campaigning brand of comedy has been a thorn in the side of many politicians and corporations. However, recently he has been invited to give evidence at various government select committees. He is one of a limited number of people to be awarded a UN Global Human Rights Defender Award and has also been awarded a Kurdish National Congress Medal of Honour amongst other citations. His three-year campaign to stop the building of the Ilisu dam in Turkey was ultimately successful and saved 78,000 Kurds from being displaced.
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