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Resistance to Neo-Liberalism: France, Greece, Spain, and the US

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AbstractThe mass mobilizations against neo-liberal austerity drives that took place in Greece, France, Spain, and Madison, Wisconsin from 2010 into the summer of 2011 reflect deeply global forces and suggest several trends in contemporary global capitalism. These include an emerging pattern of inequality among member states of the European Union, deep alienation of workers from the Social Democracy and other traditional labor organizations who have championed neo-liberal economic policies and implemented austerity drives, and new forms of collective action.

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1. Toussaint Eric"“Centre versus Périphérie dans le UE.”" 2011 Retrieved from
2. Wallerstein Immanuel The Modern World System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World Economy in the Sixteenth Century 1976 New York Academic Books

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