Paul Reas – I can help – 1988




Softcover, 26 x 21 cm, unpaginated
Manchester, Cornerhouse Publications, 1988

The highest hosanna of free-market economics is the consumer’s right
to choose. A buoyant market-place, free from restrictive practices and
unencumbered by state intervention is supposed to provide the
consumer with the greatest freedom to choose. But choice is not
necessarily a synonym for freedom. .Through incisive observation and a wonderful use of irony photographer Paul Reas and writer Stuart Cosgrove offer a penetrating
and provocative view of the current consumer boom, transforming
ordinary and everyday scenes and situations into something quite

Edges a bit discolored, wrappers with some minor wear, else a good copy.