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Globalization - Tame it or Scrap It (Global Issues) Hardcover – 1 Jul 2004

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'Greg Buckman's work opens up the all-important debate between the ideas of localization and fair trade on the one hand, and economic globalization on the other.' --Senator Bob Brown, leader of the Australian Greens

'Greg Buckman has done the global justice movement a valuable service in clearly outlining the major debates around taming or scrapping globalization, and then attempting to find common ground. I urge everyone who wants a fairer, safer, more sustainable world to read this book.' --Rod Donald MP, Co-Leader Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand

'The clearest and most succinct explanation of the origins and processes of economic globalization yet to appear in English, plus the best coverage of the debates over what to do about it. A useful tool for anti-globalization activists everywhere.' --Dr Christine Dann, Green researcher, New Zealand

About the Author

Greg Buckman is an economist and environmental activist. He is the former national finance manager for the Wilderness Society of Australia and currently national treasurer of the Australian Greens.

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