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-*[http://166.61/234.92/search/t?SEARCH=worst+hard+time '''The Worst Hard Time'''] by Timothy Egan+*[http://166.61/234.92/search/t?SEARCH=worst+hard+time '''The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl'''] by Timothy Egan
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*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?SEARCH=the+world+is+flat '''The World is Flat'''] by Thomas L. Friedman *[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?SEARCH=the+world+is+flat '''The World is Flat'''] by Thomas L. Friedman
Thomas Friedman clarifies just how the world is truly changing into the oft-discussed ‘global community’. The ‘flattening’ of the world refers to the metaphorical leveling of the playing field as a direct result of the technical advances of the digital revolution. He enables the reader to make sense of the rise of India and China, along with numerous smaller countries that can now take advantage of the political and economic barriers that are falling. It is an insightful and important work, full of anecdotes that bring complex economic theories to life. Thomas Friedman clarifies just how the world is truly changing into the oft-discussed ‘global community’. The ‘flattening’ of the world refers to the metaphorical leveling of the playing field as a direct result of the technical advances of the digital revolution. He enables the reader to make sense of the rise of India and China, along with numerous smaller countries that can now take advantage of the political and economic barriers that are falling. It is an insightful and important work, full of anecdotes that bring complex economic theories to life.

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Thomas Friedman clarifies just how the world is truly changing into the oft-discussed ‘global community’. The ‘flattening’ of the world refers to the metaphorical leveling of the playing field as a direct result of the technical advances of the digital revolution. He enables the reader to make sense of the rise of India and China, along with numerous smaller countries that can now take advantage of the political and economic barriers that are falling. It is an insightful and important work, full of anecdotes that bring complex economic theories to life.

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