The Inequality and Irony of Free Trade

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  1. kiyallsmith says:

    I wonder about the impacts of the responses to H1N1, too, and who will benefit and who will suffer due to these policy shifts? It seems likely that these changes will also produce new social and economic contexts.


  1. 30th August 2010

    […] displacement of people under conditions of ruthless competition, environmental degradation, the globe-spanning hazards of mutual dependency, and national […]

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