growing another world

Caswell, Graham
September 2003
Chain Reaction;Spring2003, Issue 89, p6
Focuses on the social movements behind the worldwide protests against the 2003 Iraq War. Features of the social movements under the European Social Forum; Goal of the anti-globalization movement; Impact of the Internet on social movements.


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