In this book you will find a detailed analysis of capitalism, corporativism, consumerism and their derivates such as nationalism, religious integralism, mafia that the author collects under the name of "Jihad". I would warmly recommend this part. The reason for my low vote is based on the conclusions that I find a bit naive after such a detailed analysis.
I don't share the enthusiasm and belief in democracy as the only way to mediate between the market and identity for two reasons: one is that we give for granted that they are both essential and they might not be so and the other is because as consumers are not born such, citizen are not aware of their political power unless otherwise instructed and there is no school that teaches citizenship and its importance. On the other hand the Italian situation clearly shows that corrupted politicians can change laws in their favour or weaken citizen power by making elections indirect with the citizen unable to vote for a specific person but having to embrace the party's ideology (which is usually vague to attract as many voters as possible). Unfortunately, I have only a pessimistic view and critic to offer, I don't see a way out.