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iTHE CONSERVATIVE CHALLENGE TOGLOBALIZATION9781788210966_pi-250.indd i9781788210966_pi-250.inddi03-Jan-20 08:17:0203-Jan-2008:17:02
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iiiTHE CONSERVATIVECHALLENGE TOGLOBALIZATIONAnglo-American PerspectivesR AYK I E LY9781788210966_pi-250.indd iii9781788210966_pi-250.inddiii03-Jan-20 08:17:0203-Jan-2008:17:02
iv© Ray Kiely 2020This book is copyright under the Berne Convention.No reproduction without permission.All rights reserved.First published in 2020 by Agenda PublishingAgenda Publishing LimitedThe CoreBath LaneNewcastle HelixNewcastle upon TyneNE4 5TFISBN 978-1-78821-096-6 (hardcover)ISBN 978-1-78821-097-3 (paperback)British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication DataA catalogue record for this book is available from the British LibraryTypeset by Newgen Publishing UKPrinted and bound in the UK by {}9781788210966_pi-250.indd iv9781788210966_pi-250.inddiv03-Jan-20 08:17:0303-Jan-2008:17:03
vTo Will and Ella9781788210966_pi-250.indd v9781788210966_pi-250.inddv03-Jan-20 08:17:0303-Jan-2008:17:03
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viiCONTENTSAcknowledgementsix1.Introduction12.the light of conservative analyses13
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ixixACKNOWLEDGEMENTSDuring the writing of this book, I have appreciated the music of (among others)Low, Spacemen 3 and early Spiritualized, This is the Kit, Julia Holter, NadineKhouri, Funkadelic, Joy Division, Gene Clark, Laura Gibson, nineties MercuryRev and The Beatles. This was a tricky book to write for a number of reasons,so many thanks to the following people: Tim Bale, Peter Brett, Denis Cattell,Jean Francois Drolet, James Dunkerley, Jane McAllister, Phil Mizen, AlfredoSaad-Filho, Rick Saull, David Williams. Many thanks to Peter, Rick, Alfredo andDavid in particular for detailed comments on the manuscript and for helpingme to avoid some howlers. At Agenda, thanks to Alison Howson. Also thanksto family, some of whom deserve a special mention this time – Amy, Lee andSophie, Louise, Sina, Maryam and Yasmin (but not those dogs!), Tristen, Graceand Eddie and, above all, Will and Ella, to whom this book is dedicated.9781788210966_pi-250.indd ix9781788210966_pi-250.inddix03-Jan-20 08:17:0303-Jan-2008:17:03
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111INTRODUCTIONIn 1999, protests at a meeting of theWorld Trade Organizationin Seattle put glo-balization under critical scrutiny. Advocates of globalization – above all Britishprime ministerTony Blairand US presidentBill Clinton –had contended that

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