Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network
Reading & Resource Lists
Last update: January 2000

List C1 - Related Reports and Major Magazine Articles (A-I)

Abell, Hilary; "Globalization Causes a World of Health Problems;" Hesperian Foundation News;" Summer 1998.

ACERCA (Action for Community & Ecology in the Rainforests of Central America); Mexico: Sweatshops and Pulpwood; Labor Alerts (; July 17, 1999.

Albrecht, Diane M.; " Sit-in Stops Johnson Controls From Shipping Jobs to Mexico;" Labor Notes; #243, June 1999.

Alliance for Responsible Trade (U.S.) and Mexican Action Network; A Just and Sustainable Trade and Development Initiative for North America; ART, Washington, DC; September 1993.

Alliance for Responsible Trade, et. al.; A Just and Sustainable Trade and Development Initiative for the Western Hemisphere; Institute for Policy Studies (1601 Connecticut Ave. NW), Washington, DC; November 1994.

Alpizar, Lydia, Manuel Perez Rocha, and Areli Sandoval; "News From Citizen Diplomacy: MAI, ARPIS, Free Trade With the European Union and ESCR;" The Other Side of Mexico; November-December 1998.

Alterman, Eric; "When Democracy and Liberty Collide; Finding Reasons for Optimism about Authoritarian Regimes;" NY Times; October 3, 1998.

Anderson, Sarah and John Cavanagh; A Profile of Global Corporate Power; Institute for Policy Studies; (1601 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20009); 16 pp.; $5+$2.50; 1996.

-- "NAFTA's First Two Years;" Institute for Policy Studies; (1601 Connecticut Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20009); 1996.

-- "The Top 200: The Rise of Global Corporate Power;" Institute for Policy Studies (1601 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20009, 202-234-9382) September 25, 1996.

-- "The Top;" The Nation; December 8, 1998.

-- Workers Lose, CEOs Win: An Analysis of Executive Salaries at Top Job-Cutting Firms; Institute for Policy Studies (1601 Connecticut Ave. NW), Washington, DC; 3 pp.; $4; April 1994.

-- Workers Lose, CEOs Win (II): The widening wage gap between U.S. executives and their U.S. and Mexican workers; Institute for Policy Studies (1601 Connecticut Ave. NW), Washington, DC; 10 pp. $5; April 1995.

-- Workers Lose, CEO's Win (III): How Wall Street Rewards Job Destroyers; Institute for Policy Studies; Washington DC; 6 pp.; $5.; April 1996.

Anderson, Sarah, John Cavanagh, Marc Bayard and Chuck Collins; "Executive Excess 1998: CEO's Gain from Massive Downsizing;" 13 pp.,$7.50; 1998.

Anderson, Sarah, David Ranney, Paul Schwalb and John Cavanagh; NAFTA's First Year: Lessons for the Hemisphere; Institute for Policy Studies (1601 Connecticut Ave. NW), Washington, DC; December 1994.

Anderson, Sarah, John Cavanagh and David Ranney; NAFTA's First Two Years: The Myths and the Realities; Institute for Policy Studies (1601 Connecticut Ave. NW), Washington, DC; 50 pp.; $7.50; March 1996.

-- "NAFTA: Trilateral Fiasco; Politicians' myths vs. workers' realities;" The Nation; Vol. 263, No. 3; July 15/22, 1996.

Andrews, Edmund L.; "Accord is Reached to Lower Barriers in Global Finance;" The New York Times; December 13, 1997.

-- "G-7 Sets Forum to Monitor Markets;" San Francisco Examiner; Feb. 21, 1999.

Anner, Mark; "Maquilas and Independent Monitoring in El Salvador;" Independent Monitoring Group of El Salvador; Maquila Solidarity Netork (Toronto); tel: 416-532-7688,; 25 pp.; 1998.

Anthony, Adelina; "Last Gray Whale Sanctuary in Danger;" The Progressive; June 1999.

Appelbaum, Dr. Richard P, and Rabbi Leonard I. Beerman; California Has an Opportunity to End Sweatshop Conditions; San Francisco Chronicle; July 13, 1999.

Arnold, Wayne; "Tough Guy at the Loan Office;" NY Times; Jul 28, 1999.

Armbruster-Sandoval, Ralph; "Dialogue: On Workers In A Lean World;" Against the Current; Vol.14, No.2, May-June 1999.

Arreola, Yolanda; "Cd. Juarez Seeks to Tax Maquiladora Industry, Initiative Faces Challenge from Maquila Lobby;" CJM Newsletter; Vol. 5, No. 3 and 4; Fall/Winter 1995.

Aslam, Abid; "Mexico-Finance: New World Bank Strategy Seen To Fail Poor, Women;" The Development Gap; January 7, 1997.

Associated Press; "6 in Drug Gang Killed on Mexican Border;" NY Times; August 25, 1998.

-- "Canadian Trucks Stopped in Dakotas;" San Francisco Chronicle; Sept. 17, 1998.

-- "Border Inspections of Trucks Faulted;" LA Times; Jan 5, 1999.

-- "$7.1 Billion Proposed for Farm Relief;" NY Times; September 22, 1998.

-- "18 Secret Toxic Dumps Identified in Mexico;" NY Times; September 30, 1998.

-- "35 Communities are Eligible for Loans Under NAFTA Program;" NY Times; August 3, 1997.

-- "Canadian Trucks Stopped in Dakotas;" NY Times; September 17, 1998.

-- "Corruption Scandal in Red Cross;" NY Times; September 25, 1998.

-- "Farmers Protest Cheaper Canadian Goods;" NY Times; September 22, 1998.

-- "Firms Settle Suit Over Mexico Money Fees;" Los Angeles Times; May 18, 1999.

--"IBM to Cut Local Staff by 10%: Manufacturing Jobs going outside U.S.;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jun 26, 1999.

--"I.M.F. Approves $4.5 Billion Package for Russia;" NY Times; July 29, 1999.

--"In Mexican State Vote, Ruling PRI Wins Big;" NY Times; Sept. 28, 1999.

--"Juarez Killings Put Official Under Fire;" March 18, 1999.

--"Lawyer?s Suicide Note Names Mexican Leader;" San Francisco Chronicle; Sept. 17, 1999.

-- "L.A. protestors highlight state, Mexico tensions;" Oakland Tribune; May 20, 1999.

-- "Mexico Lawmakers Ready to OK $55 Billion Bank Rescue Deal," NY Times, October 2, 1998.

--"Mexico's PRI Knew About Donations by Fugitive;" San Francisco Chronicle; June 4, 1999.

--"Mexican ?Braceros? Seek Billions In Wages Earned in U.S.;" San Francisco Chronicle; Aug. 6, 1999.

-- "Midwest Farmers Running Out of Options in Protest on Imports;" NY Times; September 23, 1998.

-- "Montana Farmers Block Border Point;" NY Times; September 22, 1998.

--"New Findings on Mexican Massacre at '68 Demonstration;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jun 28,1999.

-- "Protesters blockade silver refinery;" El Paso Times; June 20, 1999.

-- "Protesting U.S. Farmers Block Canadian Wheat;" San Francisco Chronicle; December 7, 1998.

-- "Restrictions on Bananas Escalating into Trade War with Europe;" San Francisco Examiner; Dec 22, 1998.

-- "Rights Advocate Killed in Mexico;" San Francisco Chronicle; January 30, 1999.

--"Ruling Party Bids to Retake Mexico City;" San Francisco Examiner; Sept. 5, 1999.

--"Search for Mass Graves on Mexican Border Turns Up 9 Bodies;" San Francisco Chronicle; January 21, 2000.

-- "Trade Deficit At Highest Level Ever;" San Francisco Examiner; Feb. 20, 1999.

-- "U.S.: Curbing Global Turmoil Calls for Tough Measures;" San Francisco Examiner; Jan 31, 1999.

-- "U.S. Fumbled on Mexico Sting, Clinton Says;" NY Times; May 27, 1998.

--"U.S. Keeps Tight Truck Standards on Mexico;" San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle; Jan 9, 2000.

-- "Unsolved sex killings haunt maquiladora workers;" Globe and Mail; March 13, 1999.

Bacon, David; "Maquiladora Workers Union;" Z Magazine; January 1998.
-- "Independent Union Leaders Arrested in Tijuana;" Labor Notes; February 10, 1999.

-- "Mexico's New Braceros: How NAFTA Promotes Child Labor - and Truancy - in the Onion Fields of Mexicali;" The Nation; pp. 18-21; January 27, 1997.

--"Mexican Industry, Politicians Resist Foreign Pressure to Improve Conditions for Workers;" San Francisco Chronicle; July 20, 1999.

-- "Testing NAFTA's Labor Side Agreement;" NACLA Report on the Americas; May/June 1998.

-- "Tijuana's Year of Ferment;" San Francisco Chronicle; January 1, 1999.

-- "Workplace Organizing: Maquiladora Workers Union;" Z Magazine; January 1998.

-- "Labor on the Line; a U.S. Company Squashes Unions in Mexico City and Irvine;" The Progressive; August 1998.

-- "Tense Chapter in Mexico Union Fight;" NY Times; June 2, 1998.

-- "Photo Essay: The Farm Workers' Struggle Continues;" Working USA; Mar/Apr. 99.

-- "Miner's Strike Broken In Cananea;" Z Magazine; May 1999.

Ballenger, Jeff (Director of Press for Change); "Monitoring;" Campaign for Labor Rights Newsletter #12; March-April 1998.

Banks, Andy; "Monitoring: A Trade Union Perspective;" International Brotherhood of Teamsters; Aug/Sept 1998.

Banks, Cara; "Breaking Sweat: U of T students campaign for sweat-free clothing;" Briarpatch; May 1999.

Barkin, David; "Free Trade and Environmental Policymaking in Mexico;" Borderlines; Vol. 7; no. 9; Oct.1999.

Barkin, David, Ortiz, Irene and Rosen, Fred; "Globalization and Resistance: The Remaking of Mexico;" NACLA Report on the Americas; Vol. XXX, No. 4; Jan/Feb. 1997.

Barlow, Maude; "Citizens vs. Corporate Canada;" Multinational Monitor; Vol 20, No.4; April 1999.

Barnet, Richard; The Global War Against the Poor; Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC; Fall 1995, 44 pp., $2.50.

Barsamian, David; "Free Trade for Whom?;" Z Magazine; November 1998.

Baxandall, Phineas and Marc Breslow; "Does Inequality Cause Overwork;" dollars and sense; January/February 1999.

Beckman, Steve; "UAW Opposes 'Fast-Track' Trade-Negotiating Authority: It Would Expand NAFTA;" New Solutions; Vol. 8, 1998.

Bello, Walden; IMF funding critique (testimony); Citizen's Global Tradewatch; (

-- "The End of a "Miracle" - Speculation, Foreign Capital Dependence and the Collapse of the East Asian Economies," Multinational Monitor; V. 19, No. 1 &2 January/February 1998.

-- "The End of the Asian Miracle;" The Nation; January 12/19, 1998.

--"Domesticating Markets: A Social Justice Perspective on the Debate Over a New Global Financial Architecture;" Multinational Monitor; Vol. 20, No. 3; March 1999.

Beltran, Jesus Moises; "Los Derechos Laborales y la Proteccion Ambiental en las Negociaciones del Tratado de Libre Comercio de America del Norte," Frontera Norte; V.7, No. 14, July-December 1995.

Benator, Solomon R.; " Global Disparities in Health and Human Rights: A Critical Commentary;" American Journal of Public Health; Vol. 88, No. 2; February 1998.

Bennett, David; "Beware ISO," New Solutions, Vol. 7, No. 3, Spring 1997.

-- "Global Right to Know?;" Workers' Health International Newsletter; July-Dec 1998.

--"The Process of Harmonization Under NAFTA: A Canadian Perspective;" New Solutions; Vol. 6., No. 1; Fall 1995.

Bernard, Elaine; "Ensuring That Monitoring Is Not Co-Opted;" New Solutions, Vol. 7, No. 4; Summer 1997.

Biemann, Ursula; "Performing the Border;" Video;

Billings, Deborah; "Apparel Partnership Laying Groundwork for Labor Standards Monitoring Association;" Occupational Safety and Health; March 17, 1999.

Bishop, Cheryl; "Multilateral Agreement on Investments - Corporations as Nation States;" Z Magazine; March 1998.

Bissell, Tim; "Talking with Nike;" Campaign for Labor Rights Newsletter #22; May/June 1999.

-- "Nike Campaign: Putting Workers at Center Stage;" Campaign for Labor Rights Newsletter #23; June/July 1999.

Block, Fred; "New Thinking About Capitalism;" dollars & sense; November/december 1999.

Bloomberg News; "Workers are Producing More than First Estimated;" Dec. 4, 1998.

--"Dole Food?s Stock Slips in European Banana Trade War;" January 19, 2000.

-- "Flurry of Economic Reports Suggests Growth Is Not at Risk;" April 2, 1999.

-- "Levi's Joins Labor-Rights Campaign;" May 27, 1999.

BNA; "Worldwide Groups Develop Manual Outlining Safety, Health in Export Zones;" Occupational Safety And Health Reporter.; April 7, 1999.

--"Labor Secretary Sees Improvements In Mexico's Workplace Safety, Health Rights;" Occupational Safety And Health Reporter; March 10, 1999.

--"Texas Law Students, Mexican Groups To Detail Health Abuses at Mexican Plant;" Occupational Safety And Health Reporter; march 10, 1999.

Bonior, David E.; " I Told You So;" NY Times, July 13, 1997.

Bonior, David and Harley Shaiken; "'Free Trade' Proves Costly to U.S. Jobs;" Los Angeles Times; January 14, 1997.

Border XXI Program; Border Environmental Indicators Report; www.; click on language wanted then "Documents".

Border Ecology Project; Environmental/Social Impacts of Multinational Mining Investment in Sonora, Mexico; Bisbee, AZ; 1995; 23 pp.

BorderLines Newsletter (Interhemispheric Resource Center, Silver City, NM); "Human Rights in Chihuahua;" Vol.6-No.10; December 1998.

-- "Testimony of Auto Trim Workers in Matamoros and Valle Hermoso;" Vol. 6, No. 6; August 1998.

Borosage, Robert L.; "The Global Turning;" The Nation; July 19, 1999.

Bowden, Charles; "While You Were Sleeping: In Juarez, Mexico, photographers expose the violent realities of free trade;" Harper's magazine; pp. 44-52; December 1996.

Boyd, Stephanie; "Global Links;" Latinamerica Press; Vol. 30, No. 17; May 7, 1998.

Bradsher, Keith; "A New Route for General Motors;" NY Times; August 9, 1998.

-- "Market Grows For U.S. Cars From Canada;" NY Times; March 27, 1999.

--"Union Faults G.M. on Plans for Parts Unit;" NY Times; Aug 26, 1999.

-- "When Big Isn't Big Enough;" NY Times; May 8, 1998.

Branigin, William; "250 Million Kids Hard at Work: Child Labor is Growing Problem in Asia, Europe;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jun 17, 1999.

Brecher, Jeremy and Tim Costello; "Labor and the Challenge of the "Dis-Integrated Corporation";" New Labor Forum; Spring 1998.

--"New Global Architecture;" Z Magazine; December 1998.

Brecher, Jeremy, Tim Costello, and Brendan Smith; "Our New Financial Architecture and Theirs;" Z Magazine; February 1999.

Brenner, Robert; "The Looming Crisis of World Capitalism;" Against the Current; Nov/Dec 1998; Vol. XIII, No. 5.

Breslow. Marc; "Soros: Beware Market Fundamentalism;" dollars and sense; January/February 1999.

Bronfenbrenner, Kate; The Effects of Plant Closing or Treat of Plant Closing on the Richt of Workers to Organize; Full uncensored report to the NAFTA Labor Secretariat; September 1996; (607-254-4749); $10.

-- "Final Report: The Effects of Plant Closing or Threat of Plant Closing on the Right of Workers to Organize;" The Labor Secretarait of the North American Commission for Labor Cooperation; Cornell University; September 30, 1996, Global Exchange, San Francisco, CA; 1994;

-- "We'll Close! Plant Closings, Plant-Closing Treats, Union Organizing and NAFTA;" Multinational Monitor; pp. 8-13; March 1997.

Brooks, David and Jim Cason; "Mexican Unions: Will Turmoil Lead to Independence?;" Working USA; March/April 1998.

Brooks, Ethel and Winifred Tate; "After the Wars: Cross-Border Organizing in Central America;" NACLA: Report on the Americas; January/February 1999.

Brothers, Caroline; " After 5-Year Drought, Mexican Border States Turning to Dust;" Reuters; May 15, 1999.

Bureau of National Affairs; "Canadian National Administrative Office Accepts First Complaint Against Mexico;" Occupational Health and Safety Report; June 10, 1998. <p.

-- "Mexican NAO to Decide Within 30 Days on Accepting Apple Industry Complaint;" Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; June 3, 1998.

-- "Mexico Labor Ministry Publishes Accord to Ease Employer Compliance with Rules;" Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; Vol. 27, No. 11; (Wahington, DC)

-- "Mexico Seeks Voluntary Compliance With New Safety Rules, Official Says;" Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; p. 1246; February 12, 1997.

-- "Mexico, United States to Form Group on Border Environment, Labor Conditions;" Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; p. 1549; May 14, 1997.

-- "More Information, Proactive Approach Would Improve Accord, U.S. Panel Says;" Occupational Health and Safety Report; 1998.

-- "New Rules for Workplace Safety in Mexico Will Increase Industry Costs, Experts Say;" Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; p. 1245; February 12, 1997.

-- "Newly Appointed Labor Minister to Face Challenges as Ruling on Han Young Awaits;" Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; June 3, 1998.

-- "U.S., Canada, Mexico to Sponsor North American Job Safety, Health Week;" Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; p. 1548; May 14, 1997.

-- "U.S. Trade Representative Pledges Commitment to Labor, Environmental Issues," Occupational Safety and Health Reporter; March 25, 1998; p 1520

-- "Worldwide Groups Develop Manual Outlining Safety, Health in Export Zones;" April 7, 1999; vol.28; no.43.

Business Week; "The Border;" May 12, 1997.

Calbreath, Dean; "Silicon Valley Joins Exodus to Mexico;" San Diego Union-Tribune; June 26, 1999.

Call, Wendy; "Mexico's Highway to Hell: Native Peoples Fight for Sustainable Development;" dollars and sense; July/August 1998.

--"Mexican Oil Mess: Polluting Public Oil Company Targeted for Privatization;" dollars and sense; jan/feb 2000; Number 227.

Camejo, Peter; "Capital's Global Turbulence: A Continuing Symposiom--A Bubble or Technological Revolution?" Against the Current; May-June 1999; Volune 14, No.2.

Campaign for Labor Rights; "New Report on Guess in Mexico;" July/August 1998.

-- "A Message to Corporations: What part of A LIVING WAGE do you not understand?;" Feb/Mar 1999.

Canadian Labor Congress; Social Dimensions of North American Economic Integration: Impacts On Working People and Emerging Responses; 1996.

Canales, Dr. Alejandro;" Industrialization, Urbanization, and Population Growth on the Border;" Borderlines; Vol 7; No 7; August 1999.

Capellaro, Catherine; "Glimpses of Indigenous Mexico;" The Progressive; May 1999; pp.14-15.

Carlsen, William; "Sweatshop Conditions Alleged on U.S. Island;" San Francisco Chronicle; January 14, 1999.

Carr, Barry; "Globalization from below: labour internationalism under NAFTA;" International Social Science Journal [UNESCO] 51(1); 49-59; March 1999.

Castaneda, Jorge; "The Pope and the Poor;" New York Times; Jan 23, 1999.

Cavanagh, John and Sarah Anderson; "Beyond NAFTA, GATT and DC: Building a Broad Movement;" BorderLines newsletter; Vol. 3, No. 1, January 1995. [Full original memo entitled "Beyond the NAFTA and GATT Struggles issued by the Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC in December 1994."]

Center for Border Studies and the Promotion of Human Rights; "Kidnappings, Homicides, Disappearances; and Torture: The Case of the Tamaulipas Border;" (89)22-49-22;

Cereal; "Reform of the Federal Labor Law: Context and Proposals;" The Other Side of Mexico; November-December 1998.

Chauvin, Lucien O.; "They Don't Care if Our Culture is Destroyed;" Latin America Press; Vol. 30, No. 17; May 7, 1998.

Cherkasky, Todd and Ray Scannell; "Making Technology Work for Workers;" Working USA; Mar/Apr. 1999.

Choi, Dae Won and Martin Kenny; "The Globalization of Korean Industry: Korean Maquiladoras in Mexico," Frontera Norte; Vol. 9, No. 17; January-June 1997.

Christian Science Monitor (editorial) ; "The NAFTA Trash: Trash Flow Across US-Mexico Border;" Vol. 89, No. 68; March 5, 1998.

Chronical, San Francisco (editorial); "Free Trade Popular Everywhere But U.S.;" April 21, 1998.

-- "Justice for Mexican Workers;" June 11, 1998.

--"There?s No Turning Back for Free Trade in Mexico;" February 6, 2000.

-- "UNICEF Warns Illiteracy Rising in Poor Countries;" December 10, 1998.

Chu, Henry; " Japan Reaches Accord With China on Membership in World Trade Organization;" Los Angeles Times; Jul 10 1999.

Ciudadan @s de Mexico ante la Union Europea; "The Free Trade Agreement Between Mexico and the European Union: For Transnationals, Everything. For the People, Rhetoric;" The Other Side of Mexico; March-April 1999.

Clark-Bellak, Gina; "Using Extradition to Hold Environmental Polluters Accountable: The Case of Metales y Derivados;" Borderline; Nov 1999; vol.7; no.10.

Clarke, Tony and Maude Barlow; "Super NAFTA;" The Nation; July 6, 1998.

Clarke, Tony and the IFG Working Committee on Corporations; "The Emergence of Corporate Rule and What to Do About It;"

Clean Clothes Campaign; "People's Tribunal on Workers and Consumers Rights in the Garment Industry;" (

Clean Clothes Newsletter; No. 11; August 1999;; Maquila Network Update; Sept 1999.

Cohen, Marjorie Grifffen; "Disorder Through the MAI;" New Solutions, Vol. 8; 1998.

Cohen, Roger; "Redrawing the Free Market;" New York Times; Nov. 14, 1998.

Collins, Martha; "One Small Step for Industrial Hygiene: Developing Practice Standards and Guidelines;" The Synergist; December 1998.

Collier, Robert; "Clinton Faces a Fight on Free Trade;" The San Francisco Chronicle; April 18, 1998.

--"California Treasurer Backs Social Investments;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jan 17, 2000.

--"Canadian Firm Sues California Over MTBE;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jun 18, 1999.

-- "Davis Must Step Carefully to Mend Fences with Mexico;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jan 21, 1999.

-- "Mexico Bailout No Model for Asia;" The San Francisco Chronicle; January 8, 1998.

--"NAFTA?s Report Card on the Environment Checkered at Best;" San Francisco Chronicle; July 20 1999.

--"Promise, Peril in Growth of California-Mexico Trade;" San Francisco Chronicle; July 20 1999.

-- "Saipan Workers Desbribe Slavery of Sweatshops;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jan 22, 1999.

-- "Stalemate in Talks on Saipan Workers;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jan 20, 1999.

-- "Zedillo Visit a Triumph of Symbol Over Substance;" San Francisco Chronicle; May 21, 1999.

Collins, Chuck; "The Wealth Gap Widens;" dollars & sense; sep/oct 1999.

Commission for Labor Cooperation; Handbook of North American Industry: NAFTA and the Economies of its Member Nations;" Bernan Associates, (4611 Assembly Dr. Ste. F, Lanham, MD 20706-9936 (800) 865-3457); 600 pp. $89.

Commission for Labor Cooperation Secretariat (NAFTA); North American Labor Markets: A Comparative Profile 1984-1995; Preliminary Findings; Commission (350 North St. Paul Street, Suite 2424, Dallas, TX 75201-4240; 214-754-1100); 1996.

-- 1997 Proceedings of North American Seminar on Incomes and Productivity; (Berman Press, or 1-800-274-4447, fax 1-800-865-3450, email:; 1997.

-- Labor and Industrial Relations Laws in Canada, the United States and Mexico; Preliminary Reort to the Ministerial Council; December 1996.

Compa, Lance; "The First NAFTA Labor Cases: A New International Labor Rights Regime Takes Shape;" 3 United States-Mexico Law Journal 15; 1995.

--"International Labor Rights and NAFTA's Labor Side Agreement;" LASA Forum;; summer 1999.

Cooper, marc; "No Sweat: Uniting Workers and Students, A New Movement Is Born;" The Nation, June 7, 1999.

Cooper, Richard; " A Brazil Domino Effect? Not Likely;" New York Times; Jan 15, 1999.

Co-op America Quarterly; Sweatshops: Solutions to a Global Problem; $3.50; 1612 K Street NW #600, Washington, DC 20006; on "" then "Sweatshops Home Page".

Corporate Watch; "La Linea: Gender, Labor and Environmental Justice on the US-Mexico Border;" cyber/electronic "magazine" article/report;

Council on Economic Priorities; "Comments and Corrections Regarding the SA8000 System;" Maquila Network Update; Sept. 1999.

--"Clarifying the SA8000 Verification System;" info; Maquila Network Update; Sept. 1999.

CounterPunch; "Al Gore Betrays the Turtles, Secret Panel in Geneva Strikes Down US Law," (PO Box 18675, Washington, DC 20036) April 1-15, 1998.

Covarrubias, Luis; "Comparing IH Consulting in Mexico and the United States;" The Synergist; July 1998.

Cowell, Alan; "Annan Fears Backlash Over Global Crisis;" NY Times; February 1, 1999.

-- "Britain's Truckers Feel New Pressures;" NY Times; March 24, 1999.

"Cross Border Blues: A Call for Justice for Maquiladora Workers in Tehuacan;" National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice; 1020 West Bryn Mawr, Chicago IL 60660; (773)728-8400;

Crossette, Barbara; "Most Consuming More, and the Rich Much More;" NY Times; September 13, 1998.

-- "U.N. Survey Finds World Rich-Poor Gap Widening;" National Catholic Reporter; July 26, 1996.

-- "16% World Illiteracy to Grow, Study Says" NY Times; Dec 9, 1998.

Crotty, James and Gerald Epstein; "The New Hostage Crisis: Big Financiers Dictate Social Policies Around the World;" The Popular Economist (Center for Popular Economics, Amherst, MA); Spring 1996.

Crotty, James and Gary Dymski; " Can the Korean Labor Movement Defeat the IMF?;" dollars and sense; No. 220; November/December 1998.

Crutsinger, Martin; "Currency Crisis Creeps Closer to U.S. Borders;" NY Times; September 4, 1998.

-- "Global Recession Possible, IMF says;" NY Times; October 1, 1998.

-- "WTO Reverses U.S. Victory in Tech-Tariff Dispute with EU;" NY Times; June 5, 1998.

Cushman Jr., John H.; "Industrial Group Plans to Battle Climate Treaty;" NY Times; April 26, 1998.

-- "Nike Pledges to End Child Labor and Apply U.S. Rules Abroad;" NY Times; May 13, 1998.

-- "Trade Group Strikes Blow at U.S. Environmental Law;" NY Times; April 7, 1998.

Dabrowski, Andrea; "Struck University of Mexico Symbolizes Nation's Revolutionary Struggle;" San Francisco Chronicle; July 13, 1999.

--"Election Makes Mexicans Fret About the Peso;" San Francisco Chronicle; Sept. 1, 1999.

Danaher, Kevin, "Globalization and Its Discontents;" Global Exchange Annual Report 1998-1999.

Dawkins, Kristin; "Unsafe in Any Seed: U.S. Obstructionism Defeats Adoption of An International Biotechnology Safety Agreement;" Multinational Monitor; Vol 20, No. 3; March 1999.

del Valle, Sonia; "The Betrayal of Women;" The Other Side of Mexico; No. 59; July/August 1998.

DePalma, Anthoy; "Border Deaths Don't Change Mexico's View of Ccrossings;" NY Times; August 25, 1998.

-- "Law Protects Mexico's Workers But Its Enforcement is Often Lax;" NY Times; August 15, 1993.

Department of Labor, International Labor Affairs Bureau; " North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation: A Guide;" Washington: Department of Labor, 1997;

Development Group for Alternative Policies; "On the Wrong Track: A Summary Assessment of IMF Interventions in Selected Countries;" available on the web:

Diebel, Linda; "Murder Most Foul: Should companies setting up shop in Mexico?s duty free zones bear any responsibility for the 187 women murdered there since 1993?;" Toronto Star; May 23, 1999.

Dillon, Sam; "Accuser of Top Generals Slain in Mexico;" NY Times; April 23, 1998.

--"Abuses Reported In Mexico At American-Owned Plant;" NY Times; August 5, 1998.

-- "After 4 Years of NAFTA, Labor Is forging Cross-Border Ties;" The New York Times; December 20, 1997.

--"A Discredited President Returns to Mexico;" NY Times; June 13, 1999.

--"A General Illuminates '68 Massacre In Mexico;" New York Times; June 29, 1999.

-- "A Long Fire Season Torments Mexico;" NY Times; May 16, 1998.

--"A Mexican Debate Shatters Tradition;" NY Times; Sept. 10, 1999.

-- " A Mexican Governor Drops From Sight in Drug Investigation;" Ny Times; April 2, 1999.

-- "A Mexican's Daunting Task: To Fight Narcotics and Graft;" NY Times; December 22, 1997.

-- "Anniversary of '68 Massacre Brings Facts to Light;" NY Times; September 14, 1998.

-- "Bias Said to Hurt Independent Mexican Unions;" NY Times; April 30, 1998.

--"Boom Turns Border to Speed Bump;" NY Times; 1/18/00.

-- "Chainsaw Massacre in Mexico;" NY Times; June 4, 1999.

--"Crime Issue Pays in Crucial Governor's Race in Mexico;" Ny Times; June 27, 1999.

--"Clash With Police Inflames Issue in Mexican Campaign;" NY Times; June 20, 1999.

--"Crime is Unleashed but the D.A. is Undaunted;" NY Times; August 6, 1998.

-- "Economic Turmoil in Russia Takes Toll in Latin America;" NY Times; August 27, 1998.

-- "Election Panel In Mexico Sees Party Revenge In Budget Cut;" NY Times; Jan 10, 1999.

-- "Feminist Propels Outcry at Brutal Mexico Killings;" NY Times; Feb. 28, 1999.

--"Fugitive Mexican Tells of Huge Payment to Ruling Party;" New York Times; June 9, 1999.

--"In Mexico, Votes Can Be Bought, Study Shows;" NY Times; July 31, 1999.

-- "In the Hills, Marijuana Fields and a Priest's Murder;" NY Times; May 26, 1998. <p.

-- "Kidnapping in Mexico: Brutal Acts and Bribes;" NY Times; May 31, 1998.

--"Lenders Regard Mexican Economy With Suspicion;" NY Times; July 17, 1999.

-- "Lusty New Papers Take on the Powerful in Mexico;" New York Times; Jan 3, 1999.

-- "Mexican Prices Feel the Squeeze of World Economic Trouble;" NY Times; September 15, 1998.

--"Mexican Audit Pinpoints Bank Corruption;" NY Times; Jul 9, 1999.

--"Mexican President Defends Equity of Party?s 1st Primary;" NY Times; Oct 25, 1999.

--"Mexican Runs on Both Change and Stability;" NY Times; Nov 1 1999.

--"Mexico Gives Itself High Marks for Last Year?s Anti-Drug Effort;" NY Times; 1/27/00.

--"Mexico's Presidential Hopefuls Are All New Breed;" NY Times; June 24, 1999.

--"Mexico City?s Mayor Defends Record;" NY Times; Sept. 18, 1999.

-- "Mexico Drug Trafficker Slain; Major Figure Near U.S. Border;" NY Times; September 12, 1998.

-- "Mexico Jails 2 Drug Agents, and U.S. Officials See Graft;" NY Times; September 25, 1998.

-- "Mexico's Central Bank Fails in Attempt to Prop Up Peso;" NY Times; September 11, 1998.

-- "Mexico's Oil Monopoly Accused of Polluting Scores of Gulf Sites;" NY Times; December 3, 1998.

-- "Mexico's Troubadors Turn From Amor to Drugs;" NY Times; Feb. 19, 1999.

--"Mexico TV Host Slain in Ambush Near Studio;" New York Times; Jun 8, 1999.

-- "Mexico Weighs Voting by Its Emigrants in US;" New York Times; Dec 7, 1998.

-- "More Deaths on Border, Groups Say;" NY Times; Feb 11, 1999.

-- "Rape and Murder Stalk Women in Northern Mexico;" NY Times; April 18, 1998.

--"Robbers Hit Zedillo Presidential Guard, Kill 2 and Steal Payroll;" NY Times; Jun 30, 1999.

--"Ruling Party In Mexico Could Face 8-Party Front;" NY Times; Aug 5, 1999.

--"Smaller Families to Bring Big Change in Mexico;" NY Times; Jun 8, 1999.

--"TV Proves Most Potent Campaign Tool in Mexico;" NY Times; Sept. 9, 1999.

--"The Billboard War: Were Lingerie Ads Selling Sex?;" NY Times; Sept. 22, 1999.

--"Third-Place in the Polls, Mexican Campaigner Manages to Project Optimism;" NY Times; Sept. 25, 1999.

--"Uncensored: The Lives of Mexico's First Ladies;" NY Times; July 23, 1999.

-- "Zedillo Tells Mexico Painful Economic Policies are Farsighted;" NY Times; September 2, 1998.

Dillon, Sam and Craig Pyes; "Foiled Drug Pursuit of a Mexican Bares a System Rife With Graft;" NY Times; April 15, 1998.

-- "Doubts About Mexico's Reforms;" NY Times; May 23, 1999.

-- "Mexican Interior Minister Resigns to Run in November Primary;" NY Times; May 19, 1999.

Dillon, Sam and Julia Preston; "Open Vote Policy Puts Mexico Leader in Quandary;" NY Times; Aug 2, 1999.

Dionne Jr., E.J.; "Nike Proves the Power of Consumers;" Washington Post; May 15, 1998.

-- "Social Justice and the Global Economy;" San Francisco Chronicle; January 26, 1999.

Dougherty, Laurie; "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Workers in the Global Environment;" dollars and sense; July/August 1999.

Drake, Paul; "The Money Doctors: Foreign Advisers and Foreign Debts in Latin America;" NACLA: Report on the Americas; pp. 32-35; Vol. XXXI, No. 3; November/December 1997.

Eaton, Tracey; "Mexican Mass Graves Allegedly Controlled by Drug Lords;" San Francisco Examiner; Dec. 2, 1999.

Eatwell, John and Lance Taylor; "Bankers Without Borders;" The Nation; April 26, 1999.

Eckholm, Erik; "No Quick Chinese Entry Seen Into Trade Group;" New York Times; March 31, 1999.

Egan, Timothy; "Nike: The Swoon of the Swoosh;" NY Times; September 13, 1998.

Ehrenberg, Daniel S.; "The Labor Link: Appying the International Trading System to Enforce Violations of Forced Child Labor;" Yale Journal of International Law; Vol. 20, No. 2; Summer 1995.

Ellingwood, Ken; "Agency to Address Border Health Issues;" Los Angeles Times; February 13, 2000.

Entous, Adam; "IMF Foresees Slow and Risky Global Economy;" San Francisco Examiner; Dec 22, 1998.

Environmental Health Coalition; "NAFTA Challenge Clouded In Controversy: Mexico?s Response to CEC Petition Cloaked in Confidentiality;" Toxinformer; July, 1999.

Epstein, Jack; "Corporations Enlisted in Battle to Save Rain Forests;" San Francisco Chronicle; July 7, 1999.

Equipo Pueblo; "The Free Trade Agreement Between Mexico and The European Union: For Transnationals, Everything. For the People, Rhetoric;" the Other Side of Mexico; March/April 1999.

Erlanger, Steven; "Clinton to Focus on Genocide and Child Labor on Rights Day;" NY Times; December 10, 1998.

Examiner News Services; "Mexico Leader Begins Challenge to Regime;" San Francisco Examiner; July 11, 1999.

Fadope, Cece Modupe; "Production Vs. Reproduction: Choice between Jobs and Reproductive Rights in Mexico;" Multinational Monitor; Vol. 17, No. 10; October 1996.

Fahrer, Steve; "Socially Responsible Investing Comes of Age;" dollars and sense; July/August 1998.

Farah, Douglas; "'Mexico Rockefellers' Called Threat to U.S.: Powerful father and 2 sons linked to major drug organizations;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jun 2, 1999.

Faux, Jeff; "The 'American Model' Exposed;" The Nation; October 27, 1998.

Faul, Michelle; "Developing Economies Seek Reform;" San Francisco Chronicle; Feb 13, 1999.

Feldstein, Mark and Steve Singer; "The Border Babies;" Time Magazine; May 26, 1998.

Firestone, David; "Search for Efficiency Now Leaves Alabama Town Behind;" NY Times; Feb 21, 1999.

Flanigan, James; "A Globalization for Poor Countries Too;" LA Times; January 31, 1999.

Foster, John Bellamy; " Contradictions in the Universalization of Capitalism;" Monthly Review; Vol.50, No.11; April 1999.

--"Is Overcompetition the Problem?;" Monthly Review; June 1999.

Fowler, Shantelle; "OSHA Begins to Look at Safety Beyond U.S. Borders;" BNA Occupational Safety & Health Daily; Jan 14, 1999.

-- "Canada, Mexico Eager to Work with U.S. To Promote International Standards;" BNA Occupational Safety and Health Conference News; Vol.29, No.2; June 6, 1999.

-- "Group Launches Campaign to Improve Safety in Factories Along U.S.-Mexico Border"; Occupational Health and Safety; March 17, 1999.

-- "Nike Reduces Harmful Exposures; Improvements Still Needed, Report Says;" Occupational Health and Safety; March 17, 1999.

Frank, Ellen; "Bye Bye IMF?: A New Blueprint for the Global Economy;" dollars and sense; July/August 1999.

Franklin, Stephen; "Layoffs, Jobless Figures Tell Tale of Two Economies;" San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle; December 6, 1998.

Freeman, Aaron; "Blue Gold: The Political Economy of Water Trading in Canada;" Multinational Monitor; Vol 20, No.4; April 1999.

Fuerbringer, Jonathan; "1998: A Year Emerging Markets Seem Synonymous With Anguish;" NY Times; August 27, 1998.

-- "Already- Shaky Markets in Latin America Drop Even Further;" NY Times; August 28, 1998.

-- "Commodities' Price Slide Victimizes Economies of Several Nations;" NY Times; December 11, 1998.

-- "Learning to Ride the Brazilian Roller-Coaster;" NY Times; Jan 17, 1999.

-- "Others' Risk of Contagion From Brazil;" NY Times; Feb 11, 1999.

-- "Swamped by Asia's Wake: Nations that Export Commodities Feel Shock Waves;" NY Times; July 12, 1998.

Galbraith, James; "Explaining Inequality: An Interview with James Galbraith;" Multinational Monitor; May 1999.

Ganesan, Arvind; "Corporation Crackdowns: Business Backs Brutality;" Dollars and Sense; May/June 1999.

Garcia, Miguel Angel; " The Megaproject of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec: Globaization and Social and Environmental Deterioration;" The Other Side of Mexico; #62, Jan/Feb 1999.

Garten, Jeffrey E.; "Adrift in the Global Economy;" NY Times; May 11, 1998.

Garvey, J.I.; "Adrift in the Global Economy;" NY Times; May 11, 1998.

Garza, Adolfo; "Revolt of Mexico's Middle Class;" San Francisco Chronicle; December 12, 1998.

--"Bitter Rivalry in Mexico: Candidate rocks boat in ruling party;" San Francisco Chronicle; Aug. 7, 1999.

Garza, Paul de la; " Mexican Women go on Strike Against Machismo;" NY Times; July 23, 1999.

--"Tensions simmer in southern Mexico; observers worry;" San Francisco Examiner; September 12, 1999.

Gaventa, JP; From the Mountain to the Maquiladoras: A Case Study of Capital Flight and Its Impact on Workers; Highlander Center; New Market, TN

General Accounting Office (GAO); "U.S.-Mexico Border: Issues and Challenges Confronting the United States and Mexico."

Gibbon, Ann; "Canfor suspends sales until July;" Toronto Globe; June 10, 1999.

Gilly, Adolfo; "Mexico: A Time to Kill;" NACLA Report on the Americas; Vol. 32, No. 1; July/August 1998.

Glaberson, William; " NAFTA Invoked to Challenge Court Award in U.S.;" NY Times; January 28,1999.

Glasstetter, Josh; "Anti-Sweatshop Update;" dollars and sense; Sept/Oct. 1999.

Global Exchange Newsletter; "Democratize the Global Economy: Top Ten Reasons to Oppose the World Trade Organization;" #40; Fall 1999.

Global Trade Watch; NAFTA?s Broken Promises: Corporate Promises of U.S. Job Creation Under NAFTA; Public Citizen (215 Pennsylvania Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20003); $10; 1995.

Goldberg, Vicki; "Images of an Economy Devouring the Poor;" The New York Times; March 22, 1998.

Golden, Tim; "Elite Mexican Drug Officers Said to Be Tied to Traffickers;" September 16, 1998.

-- "Elite Mexican Drug Officers Said to Be Tied to Traffickers;" New York Times; Sept 16, 1998.

-- "For First Time, U.S. Court to Weigh Claim of Rights Abuses in Foreign Land;" New York Times; p. 7; September 2, 1996.

-- "Mexico's Forgotten Land of Blood and Dust: Chiapas;" Rolling Stone; August 20, 1998.

-- "Mexico Promises Full Inquiry Into Tainted Elite Drug Unit;" New York Times; Sept 18, 1998.

--"Mexico Clears A Top Official But Can't Convince the U.S.;" New York Times; Jun 2, 1999.

--"Mexican, in U.S. Suicide Note, Blames Zedillo for His Death;" NY Times; Sept. 17, 1999.

--"Mexican Gang Is Still on Loose Despite Search;" NY Times; Jan. 10, 2000.

--"Mexican Tale of Absolute Drug Corruption;" NY Times; Jan 9 2000.

--"Mexico?s Ex-Drug Chief, Indicted, Is Found Dead in U.S.;" NY Times; Sept. 16, 1999.

-- "2 Mexican Banks to Plead Guilty in Laundering Case;" NY Times; March 30, 1999.

-- "U.S. Official Says Politics Didn't Halt Mexico Case;" NY Times; March 25, 1999.

--"U.S. Report Saus Salina's Banker Ignored Safeguards;" NY Times; December 4, 1998.

Golden, Tim and Christopher S. Wren; "U.S. Ignores Mexico's Anti-Drug Failures;" NY Times; Feb. 14, 1999.

Goldman, Patti and J. Martin Wagner; "Trading Away Public Health: WTO Obstacles to Effective Toxics Controls;" Multinational Monitor; Vol. 20; No. 10&11; Oct/Nov 1999.

Goldner, Loren; "Capital's Global Turbulence: International Liquidity and the Crisis;" Against the Current; May/June 1999; Vol.14, No.2.

Grassroots Policy Project; "Public Subsidies, Public Accountability: Holding Corporations to Labor & Community Standards;" paper $20+s&h; 202-387-2933.

Gray, Charles; "Corporate Goliaths: Sizing Up Corporations and Governments;" Multinational Monitor; June 1999.

Gray, Jon; "Not for the First Time, World Sours on Free Markets;" the Nation; Vol 267, No.12; October 19, 1999.

Green, Duncan; "Child Workers of the Americas;" NACLA: Report on the Americas; January/February 1999.

--"The Failings of the International Financial Architecture;" NACLA Report on the Americas; July/August 1999.

Greenfield, Gerald; "The World Bank's Global TQM;" Against the Current; p. 30; Vol. XIII, No. 1 (new series); March-April 1998.

Greenhouse, Steven; "Mexicans Were Denied U.S. Rights, Suit Says;" NY Times; May 28, 1998.

--"Anti-Sweatshop Movement is Achieving Gains Overseas;" NY Times; Jan. 26, 2000.

-- "Two Protests by Students Over Wage For Workers;" NY Times; January 31, 1999.

--"U.S. Delays Opening Border to Trucks From Mexico;" NY Times; January 8, 2000.

--"U.S. to Expand Labor Rights to Cover Illegal Immigrants;" NY Times; Oct 28, 1999.

Greider, William; "The Global Crisis Deepens. Now What?;" The Nation; Vol 267, No. 12; October 19, 1998.

-- "Saving the Global Economy;" The Nation; pp. 11; December 15, 1998.

Gunson, Phil; "Mexico City Reformer Finds Corruption Tough to Root Out;" San Francisco Chronicle; May 11, 1999.

--"New Furor Over Nuclear Plant Safety: Mexican Scientist levels Charges;" San Francisco Chronicle; Jan 12, 1998.

Hahnel, Robin; "Capitalist Globalism in Crisis;" Z Magazine; December 1998.

-- "Capitalist Globalism in Crisis;" Z Magazine; January 1999.

-- "Capitalist Globalism in Crisis, Part III;" Z Magazine; February 1999.

-- "Capitalist Globalism In Crisis, Part V: Reform Proposals and Choices for Progressives;" Z Magazine; March 1999.

Hallet, Mark; "Business Booms, But at What Costs?" Safety and Health; Vol. 156, No. 5; November 1997.

Hart-Landsberg, Martin; "Asia's Capitalist Boom and Bust;" Against the Current; pp. 26-29; Vol. XIII, No. 1 (new series); March-April 1998.

Hart-Landsberg, Martin and Paul Burkett; "East Asia in Crisis: Beyond Tina, Toward Socialism;" Monthly Review; June 1999.

Hemispheric Network for Just and Sustainable Trade and Development; "An Alternative Economic Development Strategy for Mexico; Our Americas (newsletter; The Development GAP, Washington, DC; Vol. 1, No. 1; February 1996.

Henwood, Doug; " The Nation Indicators;" The Nation; July 19, 1999.

--"Booming, Borrowing, and Consuming: The U.S. Economy in 1999;" Monthly Review; Vol 51, No 3; July- August 1999.

--"The Americanization of Global Finance;" NACLA Report on the Americas; July/August 1999.

Herbert, Bob; "Nike Blinks;" NY Times; May 21, 1998.

-- "Sweatshop U.;" NY Times; April 12, 1998.

Heredia, Carlos; "Downward Mobility; Mexican Workers After NAFTA;" NACLA Report on the Americas; Vol. XXX, No. 3; Nov./Dec. 1996.

Heredia, Carlos and Mary E, Purcell; The Polarization of Mexican Society: A Grassroots View of World Bank Economic Adjustment Policies; The Development GAP, Washington, DC and the Equipo Pueblo (Francisco Field, #51, Colonia Independencia; A.P. 27-467, Mexico, DF 06760); $7; 1995.

-- "Migration: Why Mexican Workers Will Keep Going North;" The Other Side of Mexico; Vol. 52, May-June 1997.

Herman, Edward S.; "The Threat of Globalization;" New Politics; Winter 1999.

Hernandez Navarro, Luis; "Mexico's Secret War;" NACLA Report on the Americas; Vol.32, No.6, May/June 1999.

Hightower, Jim; "Fair Trade or Bust;" The Nation; March 30, 1998.

Hornblower, Margot; "Guess Gets Out: The jeans company, beset by rivals and union organizers, bolts for Mexico;" Time; p 35; January 27, 1997.

Horta, Korinna; "The More Things Change?The World Bank, Cameroon and the Politics of ?Governance?;" Multinational Monitor; June 1999.

Hotaling, Caroline; "Tackling Environmental Health Problems on the U.S.-Mexico Border: A Case Study;" Borderlines; Vol. 7, No.3; March 1999.

Howard, Alan; "Partners in Sweat;" The Nation; p. 24; Dec. 28, 1998.

Hualde, Alfredo; "Nueva Manafactura, Globalizacion y Produccion de Automoviles en Mexico;" Frontera Norte; Vol.7, No. 13, January-June 1995.

--"Japan Inc. En Mexico: Las Empresas y Modelos Laborales Japoneses;" Frontera Norte; Vol. 9, No. 17, January-June 1997.

Human Rights Watch; "Crossing the Line: Human Rights Abuses along the U.S. Border with Mexico Persist Amid Climate of Impunity;" Human Rights Watch, New York; April 1995; 37 pp., $5.

-- "Implausible Deniability: State Responsibility for Rural Violence in Mexico;" Human Rights Watch, New York; April 1997.

-- Mexico: Labor Rights and NAFTA: A Case Study (HRW Publications Department, 485 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10007-6104, 212-972-8400); Vol. 8, No. 8(B), September 1996.

Human Rights Watch Women's Right Project; Sin Garantias: Discriminacion Sexual en el Sector de Maquiladoras de Mexico; Human Rights Watch, October 1996; Vol. 8, No. 6B.

Institute for Policy Studies, Who Benefits from Fast Track: A Study of the Corporate Free Trade Lobby Washington, DC; $3; 1997.

Institute for Policy Studies, Development Group for Alternative Policies and Equipo Pueblo; No Laughter in NAFTA: Mexico and the United States Two Years After; Development GAP (Washington, DC); 1995; 11 pp.

"Integration, Democracy and Development: Towards A Continental Social Agenda;" Final Declaration of a tri-national meeting in Mexico City, July 22-23, 1994.

Interamerican Community Action (PICA); Garment Sweatshop Production and the Bangor Clean Clothes Campaign; 33 pp; (

Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility; "A Step Towards Eliminating Sweatshops: The White House Apparel Industry Partnership Report," Vol. 25, No. 9, May 9, 1997.

-- Principles for Global Corporate Responsibility: Benchmarks for Measuring Business Performance; ICCR, New York, NY; 1995; 28 pp.; $7.

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions; Behind the Wire: Anti-Union Repression in the Export Processing Zones; (available on ICFTU's web site at: 50 pp.

-- Gender and Trade: Some Conceptual and Policy Links; ICFTU (

-- The Global Market-Trade Unionism's Greatest Challenge; ICFTU (, 1997; 55 pp.

-- Migration and Globalization: The New Slaves; 16pp;

-- The WTO in the Next Century: A Trade Union Perspective on the Development of the Multilateral Trade Regime; ICFTU (

International Forum on Globalization; The Emergence of Corporate Rule- And What Can Be Done About It; (revised version of Dismantling Corporate Rule) International Forum on Globalization (1555 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94109); $8+$2.

-- South-North: Citizen Strategies to Transform a Divided World; International Forum on Globalization (1555 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94109) $8+$2.

-- "Third World Opposes World Trade Organization's Proposed New Agenda;" IFG News, No. 1; p. 5; Fall 1996.

International Labor Organization, The ILO, Standard Setting and Globalization (Waldorf, MD); 1997; 42 pp. ,$13.50.

-- Globalization of the Footwear, Textiles and Clothing Industries; (ILO Office in the U.S., 1828 L Street NW, Suite 801, Washington, DC 20036, 202-653-7652); 124 pp.; $15.

IPS and the Economic Policy Institute, International Labor Rights Fund, Public Citizen, Sierra Club and the U.S. Business and Industrial Council Educational Foundation; "The Failed Experiment: NAFTA at Three Years;" 34 pp., $10.00; June 26, 1997.

Ivins, Molly; "Global Fears About Genetic Engineering;" Oakland Tribune; January 6, 1999.



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