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The Socialist Scholars Conference, held every spring in New York City for the last 23 years, is the largest event of the U.S. Left. Every year thousands of radical activists, socialists, feminists, anarchists, union organizers, black liberation advocates, alternative journalists, and democratic scholars gather for a weekend of spirited debate and dialogue. This is the beston-going conference in America. The World Is Not For Sale: Rethinking the Common Good, part of the 2004 Socialist Scholars Conference was an open plenary involving David Harvey, Luciana Castellina, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Vittorio Agnoletto, Barbara Garson, Miles Rapoport, and Naomi Klein. It took place at the Cooper Union, March 12, 2004.
(P)2004 Radio Free Maine and Roger Leisner
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5 out of 5 stars
By Robert on 01-22-05

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I keep trying to understand why people adopt an ideology that is at odds with their own pocketbook. This program won't give the answer to that small question, but it does present another viewpoint that is rarely, if ever presented in the mainstream media. For persons of thought, this presents a different way of looking at things. For persons of a knee-jerk reactionary bend, another excuse to jerk your knees.

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