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1998-10-02

Sado-Monetarism: The IMF

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Today in Washington, DC, members of the U.S. Network for Global Economic Justice are gathering for a conference and series of demonstrations. The organization has mounted a "50 Years is Enough" campaign, aimed at the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. The theme is Sado-Monetarism: The Other Capitol Punishment, the IMF and World Bank in the Global Economic Order.

Guests:

  • Njoki Njehu, Public Outreach Coordinator for the 50 Years is Enough Campaign.
  • Brent Blackwater, President of Friends of the Earth.

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