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November 08, 2002

Florence: Global Justice Thinkers Converge

Building on the model of Brazil's Social Forum, Europe held one of its own, even as Italian authorities sought to play up fears of violence.

We can talk about a national agenda for the Democrats, but it is just as important for progressives to be involved in the global democratic debate on shaping the global economy and society. Bush has a version of US-led corporate unilateralism. Beyond saying no to war, the Left needs an alternative that will address the needs for cross-border labor solidarity to keep wages up, idealistic hopes for global equity, and the address the fears from international terrorism with new hopes for global cooperation.

Posted by Nathan at November 8, 2002 02:36 PM

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