15 November 1998 Globalization has a dualistic character: there is a part of it that is true and reflects objective reality, but there is also a part it that is myth and ideology. Globalization is something very real–a tremendous expansion of trade, investment, worldwide chains of production, communication, information, transportation, migration, tourism, travel, and above […]

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