Taming the fire

Farish, William S
July 2002
Director;Jul2002 Supplement, Vol. 55, p24
Discusses the effects of trade globalization. Inevitability of globalization; Advantages and disadvantages of globalization; Contributions of the U.S. to globalization.


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