Silent Partner

Lizza, Ryan
January 2000
New Republic;01/10/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 2, p22
Focuses on the anti-trade revolution in the U.S. with reference to Roger Milliken, businessman and founding member of the conservative movement. Charge against the World Trade Organization in Seattle by Public Citizen activist Mike Dolan; Provision of finance to the anti-globalization efforts of Public Citizen by Milliken; Relation between activists William F. Buckley and Barry Goldwater and Milliken; Significance of protectionism and nationalism in Milliken's political philosophy.


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