A Response to the Assault on the GLOBAL ECONOMY

Wiedenbaum, Murray
November 2000
USA Today Magazine;Nov2000, Vol. 129 Issue 2666, p22
Defends the significance of economic globalization. Arguments against economic globalization; Benefits of globalization to the economy of the United States; Importance of education and training in globalization.


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