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Takes on the World
Napoleon Gomez Urrutia, Leader, Mexican Mine Workers
 Jeff Blankfort  Contact Contributor
June 19, 2013, 1:57 p.m.
Gomez speaks of his book, ‘Collapse of Dignity,’ how calling 2006 Pasta de Conchos mine disaster ‘industrial homicide’ led to Canadian exile, INTERPOL charges, now dropped; compared lack of concern with that for trapped Chilean miners in 2010; of how NAFTA brought more exploitation, more unemployment;’ disproportionate wages for same work; how privatization sold Mexico’s resources to foreigners, made millionaires who avoid taxes, invest abroad, leaving workers and poor behind; how PRD still hope for political change; how US immigration reform in US essential for 11 million in limbo.

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00:34:45 1 June 19, 2013
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