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  1. The Poorer Nations

    The Poorer Nations

    A Possible History of the Global South

    Vijay Prashad

    $26.95 $20.21

    A truly global history that examines the prospects of a worldwide power shift from North to South. Since the ’70s, the countries of the Global South have struggled to build political...

  2. Direct Action

    Direct Action

    An Ethnography

    David Graeber

    $29.95 $22.46

    In the best tradition of participant-observation, anthropologist David Graeber undertakes the first detailed ethnographic study of the global justice movement. Starting from the assumption that,...

  3. Social Murder and Other Shortcomings of Conservative Economics

    Social Murder and Other Shortcomings of Conservative Economics

    Robert Chernomas

    $26.95 $20.21

    Corporate power is one of the strongest forces shaping our world. More than half of the top 100 economic entities today are private corporations. With their immense size comes commensurate...

  4. Another World is Possible

    Another World is Possible

    Globalization and Anti-Capitalism

    David McNally

    $28.95 $21.71

    What are the roots of the anti-corporate globalization movement, and where is it going? Another World Is Possible traces the movement's progress since 1994 and makes the case for the...

  5. Globalization, Neo-Conservative Policies and Democratic Alternatives

    Globalization, Neo-Conservative Policies and Democratic Alternatives

    Essays in Honor of John Loxley

    Ardeshir Sepehri

    $26.95 $20.21

    Over the course of the last two decades, governments around the world implemented a fundamental shift in the mainstream economic policy and ushered in a period of globalization. These changes,...

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