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The Project

GLOVES OFF launched on February 15, 2003, the day millions of people all over the world first came out into the streets to protest the impending US war on Iraq. The original collective was SARA BURKE the founder of Gloves Off and a policy analyst committed to a radical re-envisioning of the global economy, PAUL COONEY department chair in Economics at the Federal University of Pará, in Belém, Brasil, CLAUDIO PUTY now a PT-PA Congressman from Belém, Brasil; he is also a political economist whose research is mainly focused on theoretical questions in Marxian and classical political economy, and JOE SMITH a lecturer in sociology in New York City.

OUR MISSION (from 2003-2006) was to become a vehicle for increasing economic literacy among the activists, journalists, trade unionists, and other workers who are involved in or in solidarity with these struggles, to foster, provoke, and host dialogues and debates between and among economists critical of capitalism and people in political movements for social justice.



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