[act-ma] 5/12 Tues: Presentation "Latin America & the End of Neoliberalism"

boscispes at speakeasy.net boscispes at speakeasy.net
Mon May 12 11:36:55 PDT 2008

Boston CISPES presents:

Tuesday May 13: 7:00 PM
Encuentro 5
33 Harrison Ave  5th Floor
Chinatown (Downtown Crossing or Chinatown T stops)

Latin America and the End of Neo-liberalism:

>>     What are the prospects for Globalization Politics After the Elections?

>>      How has the failed Iraq Occupation affected prospects for continued US
global dominance?

>>    What are the prospects for El Salvador if the FMLN wins the 2009
Presidential Election?

A Talk by Mark Engler

Author: “How To Rule the World:  The Coming Battle Over The Global Economy”
(Nation Books, 2008)

(suggested donation:$10 –copies of the book will be available for purchase)

Endorsed by Boston Democratic Socialists of America
For more info contact CISPES 617-576-1709; boscispes at speakeasy.net

"As the world readies to heave a collective sigh of relief upon George W. Bush's
exit from the White House, How to Rule the World is a caution against
complacency. Mark Engler offers a timely reminder that before Bush's boots and
bombs there was Clinton's corporate 'consensus'--more soothing perhaps but no
more sustainable than the neocons' disastrous militarism. He then makes a case
that there lies a third choice: democracy. Impressively researched and sharply
argued, How to Rule the World is an essential handbook not for the few who do
rule the world but for the many who should."

 --GREG GRANDIN, author of Empire's Workshop

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