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Globalization Why Protest Globalization When I look at the word Globalization many things come into my mind However the most positive of them consist of a world that is more connected the sharing of different thoughts and ideas and a world in which there are almost no barriers on what we listen to read and even think My generation has grown up in the prime of this and I have seen first hand the goodness that can come out of it and I have benefited in many ways from it However where there is a good side to Globalization there too must be a bad one and that can be seen in the term Corporate Globalization This term has been used a lot in the past decade not only by me but by people all over the world that have seen the horrible affects of Corporations going global In the following essay I will try to portray to you why there are a growing number of protests over this type of Globalization and I will give suggestions as to how we may end the corporate slaughter that is affecting all of us The term Corporate Globalization is very self-explanatory in nature but so are a lot of things It is by looking within the term that we will find the true definition of what Corporate Globalization really is Corporate Globalization is the way in which huge corporations all over the world not just in the United States although that is where a lot of it comes from go into countries where they feel they can make a profit in mainly countries in the Third World In doing so these companies are taking a country that was once completely self sufficient and reliant on no one and putting them into the hands of major First World Powers These corporations then force a huge change among the country that they are entering this
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