By: Naomi Klein
267 pages, no illustrations
The author of No Logo offers personal perspectives on the anti-globalisation movement from 1999 onwards. Using the constructs of fences (restrictions and erosion on human rights) and windows (effective communication of globalisation issues via summits and protest), Klein explores a range of topics including: Seattle's 1999 WTO protests; IMF intervention in Argentina; GMO contamination and proliferation; government containment and policy regarding the anti-globalisation protest movement; and post-9/11 perspectives on aid, politics and institutionalism. Readable and provocative.
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