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Global Village or Global Pillage: Economic…
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Global Village or Global Pillage: Economic Reconstruction From the Bottom…

by Jeremy Brecher, Tim Costello

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This work shows how people have started challenging the New World Economy. From the Zapatistas to students and workers in France to the broad-based anti-NAFTA and anti-GATT coalitions, opposition to economic globalization is becoming a revolt. This work is a guide to globalization.

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Suffers from being pre-9/11. Otherwise, would be quite
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