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gary lewis

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First, Globalization and Free Trade have not evolved in any economic natural way.
Second, Workers have no voice in the process and international organizations like the WTO and the World Bank control the flow of commerce outside of any real democratic process.
Third, Free Trade is not trade as historically practiced and defined. It is based on moving production from place to place based on the cheapest labor markets of the world . The main commodities are actually workers who are being traded on a world block down to the lowest levels of wage slave and even child labor. It is a betrayal of human dignity in the work day.
Fourth, Many are unnetted - outside looking in at the celebration by the Free Traders and Globalists - see - http://www.experiencedesignernetwork.com/archives/000636.html
Fifth, The U.S. Federal Government sponsored the moving of factories outside the USA starting in 1956. This evolved into the Maquiladora factories in Mexico using impoverished workers. Later it evolved into what is called Free Trade.
Summary: Free Trade and Globalization have made a mockery out of the Free Enterprise system with raw Capitalism breeding wars and terrorism.
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