Deep Integration and its Impacts at Home: Mad Cows and Crazy Economics PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 22 May 2004

Philosopher and long-time farm activist Nettie Wiebe examines how the current levels of economic integration between Canada and the US are having a significant negative impact on farm families during the BSE (Mad Cow) scare. Wiebe uses the BSE example to show how within the framework of economic integration between Canada and the US, corporate interests ensure that small cattle producers lose out while large scale agribusiness on both sides of the border wins big.

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This is the third part of a series of three lectures on Understanding the Corporate Agenda by some of Canada's most well-known activists and critics of the corporate agenda.

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