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Nature_and_Environment.89

Frames behind globalization (ideology dept)

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{Nature_and_Environment.89.1}: anirvachaniya {anir} Sun, 18 Feb 2007 09:08:54 CST (17 lines)
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"The debtor nations are pressured to privatize their economies,
selling at scandalously low prices their state-owned mines,
railroads, and utilities to private corporations.

They are forced to open their forests to clear-cutting and their
lands to strip mining, without regard to the ecological damage
done."    Michael Parenti 2/16/07
http://www.commondreams.org/views07/0216-30.htm

What is at the kernel of this system Parenti describes? Some might
say it's a stretch to attempt to apply straight Girard to these
economic phenomena, but a few of us at New Café have detected some
explanatory power in <i>break-downs</i> of Rene Girard's theories,
that is... paraphrased or economically <i>interpreted</i> Girardian
concepts.
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