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Several influential critical works have inspired the anti-globalization movement. In response, the nationalist movements against globalization, argue that the leftist anti-globalization position is actually a support to alter-globalization. However, because these groups can be infiltrated by law enforcement intelligence, important plans of the protests are often not made until the last minute.

Neoliberal doctrine argued that untrammeled free trade and reduction of public-sector regulation would bring benefits to poor countries and to disadvantaged people in rich countries. The issues discussed will also be particularly relevant to those working for civil society and non-governmental organizations seeking to participate in governance forums or to influence those who do. No sane person is opposed to globalization, that is, international integration. Pacifist and anti-imperialist traditions have strongly influenced the movement.

Susan George of the Transnational Institute has also been a long-term influence on the movement, as the writer of books since on hunger, debt, international financial institutions and capitalism. Korten and Stiglitz's contribution to the movement include involvement in direct actions and street protest.

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Affinity groups will then send representatives to planning meetings. Many protesters take training in first aid and act as medics to other injured protesters. Although the demonstrations rarely succeed in more than delaying or inconveniencing the actual summits, this motivates the mobilizations and gives them a visible, short-term purpose.

At corporate summits, the stated goal of most demonstrations is to stop the proceedings. In many ways the process of organizing matters overall can be more important to activists than the avowed goals or achievements of any component of the movement. The Search for Effectiveness John J. This form of publicity is expensive in police time and the public purse.

In some Roman Catholic countries such as Italy there have been religious influences, especially from missionaries who have spent a long time in the Third World the most famous being Alex Zanotelli. One common tactic of the protests is to split up based on willingness to break the law.