The Globalization Game
16 in HIGH x 20 in WIDE
(40.64 cm HIGH x 50.8 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"design and printing: Inkworks" followed by the recycling and union printing logos printed vertically in black at the bottom right.

White text title at the top of the poster in a black bar reads "the globalization game" followed by a blue bar with white text reading "how corporations, bureaucrats, and your tax money keep people on the planet in check". Near the top at the left is a brown text box with white text delineating the objective, opening gambit, Reagan attack, "press your advantage", and endgame. In the middle of the poster is an image of a chess board, titled "The World of Enron", with a rook labeled Enron knocked over in the foreground. White lines from the pieces on the board extend to names of various individuals and corporations with one paragraph descriptions (each) on how the person/company supported Enron in the blue text boxes to the left and right. On the left are "corporate-led globalization", "deregulation", "foreign export credit agencies", "United States trade representatives", "Bush/Cheney Administration", "the export-import bank of the United States", and "overseas private investment corporation". On the right are "Enron", "Reagan Administration", "regional development banks", "World Trade Organization", "Clinton Administration", "big oil", "privatization", and "the world bank group". Above the chess board is a map of the world with certain locations labeled, some with orange lines extending to the top where one paragraph each describes interactions of the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Bolivia/Brazil, Mozambique, and India with Enron. Black bar across the bottom fo the poster has white text citing where the information use din the poster was obtained. Purple IPS logo in the bottom right corner.
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