Very Good. 0965058328 Text free of underlining, writing and highlighting. Very nice clean copy. Book Description DAVOS, SWITZERLAND? The Times Mexico correspondent Julia Preston recently told me an intriguing story about the Zapatista guerrillas, the peasant group that has been fighting the effects of free trade and globalization on Mexico. Last year, the Zapatistas held a convention in the jungles of southern Mexico, entitled "The Intercontinental Forum in Favor of Humanity and Against Neo-Liberalism." The closing session met in a steamy, mudhole amphitheater and was led by Zapatista leader "Sub-Commander Marcos"? a Mexican combination of Robin Hood and Ralph Nader. The session ended with the Zapatistas doing a kind of drum roll and announcing the most evil, dangerous institution in the world today. To a standing ovation, the Zapatistas declared the biggest enemy of mankind to be the W.T.O. ? the World Trade Organization in Geneva, which promotes global free trade. IT'S NOT SURPRISING that the Zapatistas figured out that the W.T.O. was the embodiment of globalization and was having a huge impact on their lives and jobs. What's interesting is \ how many serious scholars recently have joined the Zapatistas in asking whether globalization? the integration of trade, finance, and information that is creating a single global market and culture? is a threat to humanity or its salvation and whether it's inexorable or can be rolled back. JUST THIS MONTH you have George Soros's essay in The Atlantic Monthly entitled "The Capitalist Threat, " in which the financier argues that the spread of brutal global capitalism has replaced Communism as the main threat to democratic societies. 107 pages.
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First edition. Softcover. 107 pages. Exhibition catalog for a group show that ran July 18 through October 12, 1997. Text by Thomas L. Friedman, curator Francesco Bonami, Collier Schorr, Louis Grachos, and Joann Phillips and Bobbie Forshay-Miller. Artists in the show: Tracey Moffatt, Miguel Rio Branco, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Huang Yong Ping, Kcho (Alexis Leyva Machado), Lukas Jasansky & Martin Polak, Gary Hume, Sam Taylor-Wood, Jaan Toomik, Esko Mannikko, Tobias Rehberger, Suchan Kinoshita, Olafur Eliasson, Massimo Bartolini, Vanessa Beecroft, Maurizio, Giuseppe Gabellone, Noritoshi Hirakawa, Subreal (Calin Dan & Josif Kiraly), William Kentridge, Eulalia Valldosera, Udomsak Krisanamis, Kevin Hanley, Sharon Lockhart, Chris Moore, Elizabeth Peyton, and Rudolf Stingel. A close to near fine copy in wrappers.
Fine. Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 107 pp., illus. (some col. ); 28 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition held at Site Santa Fe, July 18 to October 12, 1997. Firm binding, clean inside copy. An international selection of artists. CONTENTS: Roll over hawks and doves, by Thomas Friedman; Truce: visions beyond the abyss, by Francesco Bonami; Track star, by Collier Schorr; Site Santa Fe, by Louis Grachos; An art place, by Joann Phillips and Bobbie Foshay-Miller.
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