So, what about the Miskito Indians now -- are they better off now that the Sandinistas are long gone?
>And given Patrick's citation of Smith's Rhodesia as a national
>development model, and kind words offered by HCKL & others for Nazi
>economic policy, you have to wonder how separable these economic
>models are from the unambiguously repellent nationalisms that
Are you saying it is inherently racist or fascistic to try to come up with a national development model that might serve as an alternative to what exists now? If your idea is that Third World political activists had better reject any aspiration toward defining their own national economic policies (for doing so is inherently "exclusionary"), what's your alternatives? AFL-CIO and the Zapatistas?