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Sewing Resistance: Transnational Organizing, Anti-Sweatshop Activism, and Labor Rights in the US-Caribbean Basin Apparel Industry (1990-2005)

  • Political Science


Transnational activism is today at the center of scholarly and political debates on globalization. After two decades of relatively uncontested expansion of neoliberal policies and institutions, the last decade has witnessed a veritable explosion of networks, coalitions, movements, and other types of cross-border collective action that embody the seeds of counter-hegemonic globalization (Evans 2006; Santos 2004).

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