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Recreating Democracy in a Globalized State
This collection of essays on corporations, globalization and the state takes a radical look at the role of the state in globalization and its transformation thereby. It addresses such key questions as: What role is the state (in both the North and South) playing in its own rollback and demise? How has the emergence of global production chains facilitated the emergence of a transnational capitalist class? ? Do states still serve the interests of the peoples they govern, or do they now primarily serve the interests of global transnational capital? It is unique in that it includes work from and about Cuba in relation to globalization. The editors and contributors are long-time social activists approaching the issues from the perspective of the global South.
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March 01, 2012
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