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The great betrayal : how American sovereignty and social justice are being sacrificed to the gods of the global economy

Autor: Patrick J Buchanan
Editora: Boston : Little, Brown, ©1998.
Edição/Formato   Print book : Inglês : 1st edVer todas as edições e formatos
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"In The Great Betrayal, Buchanan charges the architects of NAFTA and GATT with selling out the middle class and turning their backs on the nation. As the voice of populist conservatism, he speaks to the desperation of the millions of Americans who have lost their jobs as a result of the free-trade policies of the Global Economy. He shows how by exporting jobs to Asia and Mexico, the corporate elite is destroying the  Ler mais...
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Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Patrick J Buchanan
ISBN: 0316115185 9780316115186
Número OCLC: 37792481
Descrição: 376 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Conteúdos: Book One: A tale of two nations --
The two Americas --
Triumph of the free traders: a forgotten hero of free trade --
How free trade is killing America --
Anatomy of a murder --
Masters of the universe: The new transnational elite --
Book Two: Where and how we lost the way --
What our fathers believed --
The rise of American nationalism: "Buy from us --
or go naked!" --
Jefferson to Jackson --
The great protectionist: "An old Henry Clay tariff Whig" --
Free markets vs. free trade --
The time of the protectionists --
The great Smooth-Hawley myth --
Book Three: The counterrevolution and the coming of a new populism --
1933-93 --
Counterrevolution --
A new nationalism.
Responsabilidade: Patrick J. Buchanan.

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"In The Great Betrayal, Buchanan charges the architects of NAFTA and GATT with selling out the middle class and turning their backs on the nation. As the voice of populist conservatism, he speaks to the desperation of the millions of Americans who have lost their jobs as a result of the free-trade policies of the Global Economy. He shows how by exporting jobs to Asia and Mexico, the corporate elite is destroying the American dream and profiting from the exploitation of sweatshop labor. Abandoned by their government, American workers are being forced to compete with cheap Third World labor and, inevitably, are losing out." "Basing his arguments on the principles of our Founding Fathers and using real-life stories to illustrate the plight of the working class, Buchanan raises an impassioned call to arms. He offers a "new economic nationalism" and invites a battle for the heart and soul of the Republican Party in 2000 on the issues of national sovereignty and social justice. Republicans, neoconservatives, and Democrats cannot let his charges go unanswered."--Jacket.

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