Strange Bedfellows vs. WTO

GUESTS: SCOTT MILLER *Chairman, U.S. Alliance for Trade Expansion *Director of National Government Relations, Procter & Gamble (Washington, DC) VADANA SHIVA *Director, Third World Network, India *Author, Stolen Harvest: The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply (Southend, January 2000) The World Trade Organization summit in Seattle this week has been the target of passionate and disruptive protests by an odd coalition of interests, ranging from environmentalists to fundamentalists, captains of industry to labor organizers, all united in what they see as WTO's role in rampant globalization. What are they all afraid of? Join Brooke Gladstone and guests to examine what's drawn together these odd bedfellows.



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