>This was the one point Greider made in his
> first WTO piece with which I really agreed (though Sachs makes the
> point better)--I can't get much of substance from this latest effort.
Could you give me the reference for the Sachs piece that you're talking about?
>Brenner's efforts have been quite helpful in challenging the
> myth of global integration.
I have my reasons for thinking this is true, though I'd like to know yours. Partly because I think you could argue something like the opposite: i.e. that in emphasizing the "malign invisible hand" of the market and the consequences of competition on an international level (pace Lenin), Brenner's argument requires some idea of real-world integration or "globalness" to economic activity.
All best Christian