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It was as though US and Brazilian trade negotiators feared that if they spent one more minute in Miami, the fragile image of harmony they have struggled to project would shatter into a million p
The mega-retailer has set its sights on the urban market, but the living-wage movement is putting up a fight.
The final FTAA declaration essentially lays out a road map for a free-trade non-agreement.
Media reports out of the Miami trade talks this week will no doubt
feature images of our carrot-topped lead negotiator, Robert Zoellick,
locked in toothy handshakes with Latin American counterp
In January 1948 Dutton brought out the third novel of a promising young
writer named Gore Vidal. The publishing house was nervous.
Who can recall the late Stokely Carmichael's first name and not
associate it with the two most incendiary words of the 1960s, Black
The signs all over the store proclaiming Everyday Low Prices look the
same (except that they're printed in Chinese), as do the neatly dressed
"associates" patrolling the selling floor.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision in favor of gay
marriage may have set off a political earthquake, but as a matter of law
it was a no-brainer.
For information on the Viveiros case:
Click here for more information on the Institute for Policy Studies.
Click here to read Manuel Pastor and Tony LoPresti's report on the anti-FTAA organizing campaign in Miami.