Against Global Capitalism: African Social Movements Confront Neoliberal Globalization
The fundamental challenge of democratizing globalization by opening up spaces for democratic participation beyond the state is addressed in this study. With a careful selection of case studies, the volume is ideal for classroom use and library reference.
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