Power, Profit and Protest

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Power, Profit and Protest
Author Verity Burgmann
Country Australia
Language English
Subject Politics
Genre Australian Society

Power, Profit and Protest: Australian Social Movements and Globalisation is a 2003 book by Verity Burgmann.[1][2]

The book was originally published in 1993, and the 2003 edition is substantially expanded. It contains a new chapter on "social movements and social change", and another on the "anti-corporate globalisation movement". There is a new concluding chapter on globalisation as the "cancer stage of capitalism".[3]

Cathie Jensen-Lee writes "This book provides an interesting and thoughtful analysis of several movements for change in Australian society; namely the Aboriginal movement, the women's movement, the green movement and the anti-capitalist/anti-corporate globalisation movements."[4]

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