The Global Community
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This paper describes the economic benefits of globalization to both industrialized and developing nations. The author believes that when markets are global and protectionism is minimized, nations can focus on producing what they can manufacture efficiently, rather than what they can only produce at great cost, because they lack the natural resources to do so. Various objections to globalization are presented, with the writer challenging each argument.
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