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Alternatives to Economic Globalization: A Better World Is Possible [Paperback]

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THE ALTERNATIVES OFFERED in this report grow from the widespread damage inflicted by corporate globalization over the past five centuries as it passed from colonialism to imperialism to postcolonial export-led developed models. Read the first page
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