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Nader: No to 8 more years of Clinton Corporatism

Eight More Years?
by Ralph Nader
Common Dreams

There are changes both the Clinton Administration actively championed that
further entrenched corporate power over our economy and government during
the decade. He pushed through Congress the NAFTA and the World Trade
Organization (WTO) agreements that represented the greatest surrender in our
history of local, state and national sovereignty to an autocratic, secretive
system of transnational governance. This system subordinated workers,
consumers and the environment to the supremacy of globalized commerce.

That was just for starters. Between 1996 and 2000, he drove legislation
through Congress that concentrated more power in the hands of giant
agribusiness, large telecommunications companies and the biggest
jackpot-opening the doors to gigantic mergers in the financial industry. The
latter so-called “financial modernization law” sowed the permissive seeds
for taking vast financial risks with other peoples’ money (ie. pensioners
and investors) that is now shaking the economy to recession.

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