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Tom T. LandryTwo writers for the Economist offer a broad look at global integration and make a strenuous case for intensifying it. Drawing on classical liberalism, they suggest that free trade not only brings prosperity but also ends the tyranny of place that has stifled so many energetic people. They argue that advocates of globalization should do more to defend it because it is far less robust and entrenched than people assume.....history shows how crises can reverse the process. This is a well-written, informed report on an important phenomenon.
— Harvard Business Review