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Crimes of the new world order / Michael Parenti.

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Program Title:
Crimes of the new world order / Michael Parenti.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0613
Description: 

Michael Parenti gives a global portrait of Bush's New World Order, which he argues is simply imperialism in its latest form. He points to the invasion of El Salvador by major United States firms to utilize cheap labor; the concentration of financial resources in the hands of the few, and its use to penetrate the Third World; how the Third World's physical and natural environments are unprotected. He also examines the domestic aspects of this internationalism: the global rich controlling foreign policy; the Saudi-Kuwait-United States connection. Parenti also addresses the role of multinationals in creating global poverty by exploiting cheap labor and expanding into the Third World markets. He concludes by suggesting emminent ecological and social devistation of the globe, but that the United States will ignore it all by desensitizing the populace.|CRIMES OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER / Michael Parenti. Michael Parenti gives a global portrait of Bush's New World Order, which he argues is simply imperialism in its latest form. He points to the invasion of El Salvador by major U.S. firms to utilize cheap labor| the concentral of financial resources in the hands of the few, and its use to penetrate the Third World| how the Third World's physical and natural environments are unprotected. He also examines the domestic aspects of this internationalism: the global rich controlling foreign policy| the Saudi-Kuwait-U.S. connection. Parenti also addresses the role of multinationals in creating global poverty by exploiting cheap labor, and expanding into the Third World markets. He concludes by suggesting emminent ecological and social devastation of the globe, but that the U.S. will ignore it all by desensitizing the populace.

Date Recorded on: 
1991.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
1 reel (59 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|59:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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