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There are a few efforts starting to get underway to address these problems, as the American netroots starts to understand the predicament and is looking for new economic narratives to use as a building block for a response to both Obama's failure and to the teabaggers.
Unfortunately these efforts are still rooted in American exceptionalism - every time I try to argue for broadening these conversations to include people of like mind around the world, others reject this as either unrealistic or undesirable. There's no way activists in any one country alone can produce the changes we need and make them stick (even in the US, where global wage arbitrage will again be used to undermine our efforts, as was done beginning in the late 1970s), but old habits die hard. I'm not surprised, just annoyed.
And the world will live as one
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