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Comments on the Bamako Appeal

1. John Catalinotto (Workers World, ), Bamako Appeal promotes struggle against market-driven society. Published Jan 27 2006, 11:01 PM, @ http://www.workers.org/2006/world/bamako-appeal-0202/ (external link)

2.Subir Sinha (School of Oriental and African Studies, London, ), received by e-mail on April 6 2006 Part 1, Part 2.

3. Peter Waterman (waterman@antenna.nl) on WSFDiscuss, April 15 2006

4. Dorothea Haerlin (ATTAC Germany, ) on WSFDiscuss, April 28 2006 resulting from an initial, quite controversial debate about the “Bamako Appeal” in the reading circle of the ATTAC Cafe Berlin.

5. Peter Marcuse (Columbia University, New York, ) on WSFDiscuss, May 4 2006

6. Michael Albert (Z Net / Z Magazine, ), Some Comments on the Bamako Appeal, received on e-mail, May 4 2006

7. Network Insitute for Global Democratisation (NIGD), Bamako Appeal Spikes Controversy (external link), February 7-25 2006 on NIGD and Debate list exchanges

8. Francine Mestrum, PhD?, (NIGD), Some Comments on The Bamako Appeal, February 20 2006

9. The World Social Forum and the Bamako Appeal: Yes, but no …, Minutes of the workshop at the Dutch Social Forum, Nijmegen, 20 May 2006, posted on WSF Discuss (external link) by Francine Mestrum, (ATTAC Vlaanderen, ), June 10 2006

10. Peter Custers (antimil@hotmail.com), Appraising the Bamako Appeal : A Contribution to the Debate, May 12/May 26, 2006



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