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EXODUS AND RECONSTRUCTION: Working-Class Women at the Heart of Globalization

Bromma (September 2012) Introduction Hundreds of millions of working-class women are flooding out of the countrysides of the world into the cities. In an epic upheaval, pervaded with human suffering, these women are being channeled into the manufacturing and service … Continue reading

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Obama’s Pesticide-Pushing Nominee

When Michelle Obama announced plans to plant an organic garden at the White House, nearly everybody thought it was a great idea. Everybody except for the pesticide industry. Representatives from a branch of the industry’s main trade association, CropLife America … Continue reading

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