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A new democracy : alternatives to a bankrupt world order

by Harry Shutt

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The world order currently remains under the effective control of the industrialized countries of North America and Europe, broadly representing the interests of the world's most powerful corporations. Harry Shutt argues that political movements need to construct new alternative paths of global integration, methods of economic governance that are more responsive to the public's needs and more equitable, and democratic reform designed to make governments more representative.

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