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William GrimesMr. Chanda does not analyze; he describes. His book is a recitation of events, a refresher course in the long march from early agrarian societies to the 21st-century world of telecommunications, silicon chips, international trade agreements and simmering discontent with the poorly understood phenomenon of globalization, whose main outlines, Mr. Chanda seeks to show, should be instantly recognizable to anyone with a basic understanding of history. We are living through a new chapter in a very old story.
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