Globalization, Global corporatism
Verona: Movimiento Nonviolento, 1996. Ten issues (1-2 and 7-8 are double numbers), standard length 27 p., 8.25x11.75 inches. Italian-language anti-war magazine founded in 1964 by Aldo Capitini. Articles and interviews cover antiwar and conscientious objection movements around the world.
Verona: Movimiento Nonviolento, 1997. Ten issues (1-2 and 7-8 are double numbers), standard length 27 p., 8.25x11.75 inches. Italian-language anti-war magazine founded in 1964 by Aldo Capitini. Articles and interviews cover antiwar and conscientious objection movements around the world.
Verona: Movimiento Nonviolento, 2000. Ten issues (1-2 and 7-8 are double numbers), standard length 27 p., 8.25x11.75 inches, color covers. Italian-language anti-war magazine founded in 1964 by Aldo Capitini. Topics of articles include the Seattle antiglobalization protest, vegetarianism, Kosovo, a march in Asisi, etc.
La Habana: Asociacion Nacional de Economistas y Contadores de Cuba, 2003. Pamphlet. 16p., high-gloss paperstock throughout; softbound pamphlet in 8.5x.5 inch stapled wraps, slightest signs of any handling, a near-fine copy. Invitation, registration forms, contact information for travel bureaux in numerous South American countries. Texts in Spanish, French and English...
New York: International Publishers, 1984. Paperback. 111p., pocketsize wraps, very good condition. Contributions by Dick Barry, Claude Billault, Emil Bjarnason, Jack Carr, Ernest DeMaio, Antonio Gershenson, Sam Gindin, Masuo Kato, Alain Stern, [and] Gregory Tarpinian. New world paperbacks.
Washington DC: Air Transport Association of America, 1943. Pamphlet. 24p., printed dark blue on alkaline paperstock, illustrated with profuse charts and tables and a few drawn illustrations (also dark blue) of passenger planes (no combat aircraft). Huge pamphlet, 13.5x10 inches, in stapled decorated wraps, item slightly bumped on several corners...
Berkeley: Ink Works Press, . 8x14-sheet folded into quarters, brown paper, very good condition. Fourt organizations (Global Exchange, 50 Years is enough, Essential Action, and Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch) sponsored this pamphlet on the myth of free trade and NAFTA's damage.
Moscow: Economic Democracy LTD, 1992. Paperback. 198p., softbound, 7.5x5 inch red and black wraps paste-fashioned over a staplebound textblock, clean and sound, a very good copy. The product, Buzgalin writes, of "An international team of authors.. prov[ing] the necessity and possibility of developing the world on the road of real...
Berkeley: University of California, Berkeley, 1998. [214 p], wraps, tape-bound packet for conference with heavier stock aqua papers for cover, very good condition. Conference on globalization, migrants, and international labor solidarity emphasizing the Pacific Rim; with, laid in, a 13 p. article on Nike's labor practices in Vietnam ("Smoke from...
Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1993. Paperback. viii., 419p., preface, introduction, glossary, notes, bibliography, index, illustrated with a few figures, very good reprint trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Chase-Dunn's extention of Wallerstein's world systems theory of radical international political economy.