Living in Hope: People Challenging Globalization

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This work tells the story - the response of ordinary people around the world to the irreversible juggernaut of the global economy - small farmers in Honduras, migrant workers in the Andes, urban poor in Bosnia, Cambodian woodcutters, Mexican textile workers, Korean NGO activists, Vietnamese goverment officials. Readers is shown attempts to create alternatives by those for whom globalization has no need. Their different responses share common features: meting basic needs, making sustainable, culturally appropriate ...

Living in Hope: People Challenging Globalization 2002, Zed Books, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781842771525

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Living in Hope: People Challenging Globalization 2002, Zed Books, London, England

ISBN-13: 9781842771532

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