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by W.R. Needham
27 March 2002 17:40 UTC
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I think you will find this does the trick for you.

Emma Bircham and John Charlton, eds., Anti-Capitalism: A Rough Guide to the
Movement, (Booksmarks Publications Ltd, 1 Bloomsbury Street, London WC1B
3QE) ISBN: 1-898876789

Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2002 04:33:24 -0800 (PST)
From: gaetan regniers <gaetan_regniers@yahoo.com>
Subject: recent anti-systemic literature
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hello everybody,

I am looking for recent literature which investigates
the so-called antiglobalization movement as an
antisystemic movement.  It seems to me Hopkins,
Wallerstein and Arrighi -in their 1989 book- somehow
predicted the rise of a world-wide 'anti' movement,
although this is maybe exaggerated.  Most likely other
people are working on this connection (e.g. Fotopoulos
in an article in Democracy and Nature), and I look
forward to reading suggested literature.

Kind regards,

ga╬tan regniers
undergraduate in history
Ghent University (Belgium)

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