Complete Table Of Contents

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Introduction

Legacy of Inequality: Colonial Roots

The Global Economy: Colonialism Without Colonies

Poverty and World Wealth

Global Sweatshops

Kids For Sale: Child Labor in the Global Economy

Just Food?

Culture, Consumption and the Environment

Final Words

Resources

Index

ABOUT THE EDITORS

Bill Bigelow teaches social studies at Franklin High School in Portland, Oregon, and is an editor of Rethinking Schools. He is author of Strangers in Their Own Country: A Curriculum on South Africa, and (with Norm Diamond) The Power in Our Hands: A Curriculum on the History of Work and Workers in the United States. With Bob Peterson he edited Rethinking Columbus: The Next 500 Years. He can be reached at bbpdx@aol.com.

Bob Peterson teaches fifth grade at La Escuela Fratney, a twoway bilingual public school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is a founding editor of Rethinking Schools, and is a frequent writer and speaker. He co-edited (with Bill Bigelow) Rethinking Columbus: The Next 500 Years and (with Michael Charney) Transforming Teacher Unions: Fighting for Better Schools and Social Justice. In 1995 he was selected as Wisconsin Elementary Teacher of the Year. He can be reached at repmilw@aol.com. INTRODUCTION

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LEGACY OF INEQUALITY: COLONIAL ROOTS

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THE GLOBAL ECONOMY: COLONIALISM WITHOUT COLONIES

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GLOBAL SWEATSHOPS

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KIDS FOR SALE: CHILD LABOR IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY

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JUST FOOD?

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CULTURE, CONSUMPTION AND THE ENVIRONMENT

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FINAL WORDS

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