Global apartheid globalisation, economic marginalisation, political destabilisation by Bruno Amoroso

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StatementBruno Amoroso.
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Pagination128p. ;
Number of Pages128
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ISBN 108773495905

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This book explores how new regimes of labor and mobility control are taking shape across the global north in a militarized form that mimics South Africa’s history of apartheid.

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