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By: Paul Kingsnorth
Kingsnorth travelled across four continents to visit some of the epicentres of the anti-globalisation movement, whose origin he dates to the Chiapas uprising of 1994. In the process, he was tear-gassed on the streets of Genoa, painted anti-WTO puppets in Johannesburg, met a tribal guerrilla with supernatural powers, took a hot bath in Arizona with a pie-throwing anarchist and infiltrated the world's biggest gold mine in New Guinea. He attempts to analyse this disparate but fertile political movement which only appears united in what it opposes.
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