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From the Publisher"A combination of excellent editing and a shared intellectual framework lend this volume a remarkable coherence in analysis and tone. This is an important read for anyone interested in grassroots responses to globalization and will be especially useful to scholars, students, and others interested in social justice struggles in contemporary Mexico."
"Makes a unique contribution to enlightened thinking about globalization. These closely observed experiences in Mexico will be useful to people all over the world who are determined to create societies that put human needs before corporate profits."
"Finally a book that resists globalization but also gives alternatives. . .in light of the recent FTAA protests, this book is ideal for anyone interested in learning about globalization from the very people it affects."
"Offers a grounding in how trade policies affect vulnerable communities and the environment."
"Should be required reading for the university-level scholar, the politicians who create trade policy, and social activists who seek to ameliorate the harm caused by globalization."