Against Global Capitalism: African Social Movements Confront by E. Osei Kwadwo Prempeh

By E. Osei Kwadwo Prempeh

the elemental problem of democratizing globalization by means of establishing up areas for democratic participation past the kingdom is addressed during this learn. the writer captures either the democratic actions and voices of competition to neoliberal globalization and investigates how this reinvention of democracy via resistance to neoliberal globalization has taken form within the African context. In doing so, he reasserts the relevance of the de-globalization and anti-capitalism pursuits. With a cautious collection of case experiences, this quantity is perfect for school room use and library reference.

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