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  1. Grounding global justice : race, class, and grassroots globalism in the United States and Mexico

    Larson, Eric David, 1977-
    Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2023]

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  2. Grounding global justice : race, class, and grassroots globalism in the United States and Mexico

    Larson, Eric David, 1977-
    Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2023]

    "'Globalization.'" The rise of Trumpism has once again galvanized public debate about this highly charged term. This book looks at the last time the concept spurred wide-ranging and unruly agitation: the late twentieth century. In offering a transnational history of the explosive emergence of antiglobalization movements in the United States and Mexico, it considers how farmers, workers, and Indigenous peoples struggled to change the direction of the world economy. They did so by grounding their efforts to confront free-market economic reforms in frontline struggles for economic and racial justice. The story revolves around three popular organizations, and their paths allow us to reinterpret some of the crucial moments, messages, and movements of the era, including the Mexican roots of the idea of food sovereignty, racism and whiteness at the momentous 'Battle of Seattle' protests outside the 1999 World Trade Organization meetings, and the rise of dramatic street demonstrations around the globe"--

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