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The New World Superpowers.

Author John Cavanagh. Cavanagh is a Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington D.C. He is the co-author with Richard Barnet, of "Global Dreams: Imperial Corporations & the New World Order" (Simon & Schuster), which examines the growth of multi-national corporations. They profile five of the world's most powerful corporations, and show how they are less accountable to public authorities, are paving the way for future political conflict, and are "stimulating political and social disintegration".

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Other segments from the episode on February 16, 1994

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, February 16, 1994: Interview with John Cavanagh; Interview with Wayne Koestenbaum; Commentary on Eurocentric culture.

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