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Unformatted text preview: MGW 2010 1 Name AT: Multitude (Velvet Glove) AT: Multitude (Velvet Glove) State Good/Perm Solvency Hardt and Negri mis-analyze the multitude global democratic governance can only arise with the participation of the state Hale and Slaughter 05 (Thomas N Hale, special assistant to the Dean at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and Anne- Marie Slaughter, dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, 25 May 2005, Hardt & Negri's 'Multitude': the worst of both worlds, http://www.opendemocracy.net/globalization- vision_reflections/marx_2549.jsp) Hardt & Negri see networks behind every tree; they understand the power and distinctive nature of the form; they grasp the vigour and dynamism of networked pluralism. And yet they miss the profound changes that are taking place within the state itself as a result of these trans-governmental networks . Here the binary nature of their Marxist roots betrays them. They cannot escape the dichotomy of the class struggle and hence can only picture the world in an updated version of the proletariat versus the bourgeoisie. In fact, the prospects for democratic global governance will depend on the interactions of at least three distinct sets of networks: corporate, civic, and trans- governmental . No Alt Solvency Hardt and Negris theorization of global governance is too vague to be usful to policy analysts or activists Hale and Slaughter 05 (Thomas N Hale, special assistant to the Dean at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and Anne-...
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