non-class use of the term "globalisation" and its "other"
"nationalism" by the bourgeoisie has enabled
them to show the former as progressive and latter reactionary
for all classes. But recent election results in major
countries reflect the rise of resistance of the worker
class against the hegemony of "globalised"
finance capital everywhere. Even in India, for the first
time in three decades, anti-labour policies are being
challenged by strong peasant movements in many states.