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Globalization and change; the transformation of global capitalism. (reprint, 2004).


Globalization and change; the transformation of global capitalism. (reprint, 2004)

Ed. by Berch Berberoglu.

Lexington Books


166 pages




Roundly critical of current capitalist globalization and seeking non-exploitative alternatives, the contributors of these eight essays presented by Berberoglu (sociology, U. of Nevada) examine the political economy of global capitalism's transformation. Essays place the issue of class struggle at the heart of the analysis, attempt to explain the contradictions and crises of global capitalism, and consider labor and other responses opposing capitalist globalization. This is a paperbound reprint of a work first published in 2004.

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