Malaysian social imperialism?
Stephen E Philion
philion at hawaii.edu
Wed Mar 1 01:26:03 PST 2000
Very interesting. No, indeed calling this guy a social imperialist would
hardly suffice as an analytical concept. Nor is he a stooge of imperialism
either, the other likely appelation likely to be assigned to him. Though I
can well imagine somewhere in the record are meetings between him and
AFL-CIO members...so, alas, there's the proof--a stooge!!? Any chance of
of the show appearing somewhere? I can't access it in Hawaii can I?
Department of Sociology
2424 Maile Way
Social Sciences Bldg. # 247
Honolulu, HI 96822
On Tue, 29 Feb 2000, Doug Henwood wrote:
> I just interviewed G. Rajasekaran, Secretary General of the Malaysian
> Trades Union Congress for a forthcoming Nation feature, post-Seattle,
> pre-A16. He's entirely behind the incorporation of "core labor
> rights" into the WTO, and entirely supports the ICFTU position. He
> also had kind things to say about the AFL-CIO's position on these
> Is he a social imperialist too?
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