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Cruise Ship Sueeze The New Pirates of the Seven Seas review Æ 9 This book is about modern pirates those who sail huge cruise ships from one port to another offloading thousands of visitors a day While the industry rakes in billions of dollars a year paying virtually no income tax the ports that ships visit are left with relatively few crumbs It exploits workers onboard ships uses graft from its deep war chests to shape political decisions and influence media and bullies administrations into accepting for example that Carnival’s 50 percent plus market dominance is not anti competitive or that its abysmal environmental and health practices are responsible It represents capitalism at its worst Cruise Ship Sueeze focuse.free download Ï E-book, or Kindle E-pub å Ross A. Klein
Cruise Ship Sueeze The New Pirates of the Seven Seas review Æ 9 S on the politics and economics of an industry that is continually subsidized by ports and by local regional and national governments and which runs roughshod over environmental and other laws and regulations Through confidential documents and meetings with port officials corporate executives politicians and industry insiders cruise specialist Klein includes information never previously reported on• Campaign contributions 1997–2004 • Health outbreaks 2002–2004 • Money spent on lobbyists 1997–2004 • Donations from industry sponsored and funded foundations 1996–2004A detailed and alarming exposé of the injustices of cruise tourism the book?.
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Cruise Ship Sueeze The New Pirates of the Seven Seas review Æ 9 ??s concluding chapter examines social and political action that has been directed toward the cruise industry identifies key organizations and groups that have been effective and that have maintained their integrity and calls on readers to help contain the industry through grassroots activism so that it becomes environmentally socially economically and politically viableRoss Klein has taken than 30 cruises in all parts of the world comprising over 300 days An associate professor of social work at Memorial University in St John’s Newfoundland he has written widely on the cruise business and his previous book Cruise Ship Blues caused waves in the industry.
- Cruise Ship Sueeze The New Pirates of the Seven Seas
- Ross A. Klein
- 09 June 2020