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Commentary :: Labor
Re-imagining Trade: NAFTA and Beyond
25 Aug 2011
"Free trade regimes have become charters of rights and freedoms for the corporation.. Free trade is the policy of the powerful after they have become powerful. The German economist Frederick List spoke of `the kicking away of the ladder.'.. Out of contradiction comes creativity.. Trade has transformed economics and societies. It is time that trade itself was transformed."
Problems do not disappear when they are ignored.
"We should find solace and hope in the manifest failure of America's imperial project and the widespread questioning of neo-conservatism. Out of contradiction comes creativity. As the world around us changes, so will economics..

The failure to hold polluters accountable either in monetary terms or by regulation makes nonsense of the claim of a self-regulating global market.."

Mel Watkins, professor of economics at the University of Toronto, was awarded the 2008 Galbraith Prize for Economics.

to read Mel Watkins' "Re-imagining Trade: NAFTA and Beyond," click on

http://www.progressive-economics.ca/2008/06/08/john-kenneth-galbraith-pr/

www.kickitover.org
www.adbusters.org
www.socialistproject.ca
www.buzzflash.com
See also:
http://www.progressive-economics.ca
http://www.therealnews.com
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