Meaning of Life in Quebec 

The odd look of democracy

Wednesday, Apr 25 2001

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The “free trade” power grab by multinational corporations is on a rocky path when the Tim Allens of the world can find some common ground with the black-clad anarchists and the waves of peaceful protesters who came to Quebec on behalf of democracy and human rights.

(David Moberg is a senior editor of In These Times and a fellow of the Nation Institute.)

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