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Anti-Globalization and Anarcho-Syndicalism -- Presentation (english)
04 Oct 2002
Modified: 08 Oct 2002
A talk by Jon Bekken on the complexities of corporate globalization and capitalism, and resistance to them.

Presentation: MP3, 64 kbps; Duration: 31:55
Jon Bekken
"Anti-Globalization and Anarcho-Syndicalism"

Jon Bekken is one of the editors of the "Anarcho-Syndicalist Review", and he is the editor of the "Industrial Worker", the newspaper of the Industrial Workers of the World. He spoke about the complexities of corporate globalization and capitalism, and resistance to them. Topics addressed include the long history of "globalization", the tendency of economic protectionism, building international relationships between workers, and possible directions for future global labor organizing.

He spoke at the Lucy Parsons Center on May 2, 2002. The talk was one of the events held during the Festival del Pueblo anarchist gathering.

For additional information, see:
"Anarcho-Syndicalist Review" --
"Industrial Worker" --
Lucy Parsons Center --
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Anti-Globalization & Anarcho-Syndicalism--Q&A (english)
04 Oct 2002
Jon Bekken
"Anti-Globalization and Anarcho-Syndicalism"

Questions and Answers: MP3, 64 kbps; Duration: 38:05

Wide-ranging session of questions and answers. Topics include: forming unions in North America, working with farmers in the Global South, economic alternatives to capitalism, and how we know when we've won.
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08 Oct 2002
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