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This book we used as a text book for class; the product itself was good and looked as pictured; However, reading this is another story. He is very conservativePublished 16 days ago by Carolyn Cupp
Great book, definitely a lot of insight about how the world works and why it's so messed up.Published 6 months ago by Max E
Made more for not so serious reading but packed enough to raise your curiousity.Published 7 months ago by Safiya Mohammed Adamu
needed for my course, I actually like a lot of things he said. The book is well-written and very enlightening.Published 12 months ago by Corey
Great author, great topic, amazing approach, a new set of rules to follow for a better world, that the richest countries should implementPublished on November 4, 2013 by Alvaro
Five stars for the book from me as it's compulsory to understand well of the globalization and to make it work in every corner of the world. Read morePublished on August 17, 2013 by Mung Awng
In the past decade or more economists and international observers have gone ga-ga over the perceived benefits of globalization. Mr. Read morePublished on July 16, 2013 by C.P.M.
Three years ago, I was a little freshman economics student at a small college. My World Politics professor assigned me this book to read halfway through the semester, and I am... Read morePublished on February 15, 2013 by Roger Filmyer