The New Protest Movement

GUESTS: WILLIAM FINNEGAN Staff Writer, The New Yorker Author of the article After Seattle: Anarchists Get Organized in the April 17, 2000 issue of The New Yorker HOWARD EHRLICH Professor of Sociology, University of Maryland, Baltimore Editor, Social Anarchism Magazine KEVIN DANAHER Co-founder, Global Exchange (fights against environmental deconstruction, violations of labor rights and social injustice) Author of the forthcoming book Globalism: The Battle Against The World Bank The protests in Seattle last year and those in Washington, D.C. this week are being compared to demonstrations of the sixties and seventies. But these NEW demonstrators are different from their predecessors. Who are they and what motivates them? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at today's protest movement, on the next Talk of the Nation from NPR News.

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