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Price of Fire
by Rustbelt Radio Monday, Apr. 09, 2007 at 6:50 AM
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New social movements have emerged in Bolivia over the "price of fire"—access to basic elements of survival like water, gas, land, coca, employment, and other resources. In this interview Ben Dangl author of the book "The Price of Fire" out on AK Press recounts passioinate tales of people's resistance to corporate empire and globalization. For more info go to boliviabook.com

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New social movements have emerged in Bolivia over the "price of fire"—access to basic elements of survival like water, gas, land, coca, employment, and other resources. Though these movements helped pave the way to the presidency for indigenous coca-grower Evo Morales in 2005, they have made it clear that their fight for self-determination doesn't end at the ballot box. In this interview Ben Dangl author of the book "The Price of Fire" out on AK Press recounts passioinate tales of people's resistance to corporate empire and globalization. For more info go to boliviabook.com

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