Hey, does anyone here read the book The World Is Flat?
I don't particularily enjoy the book, but it does point to some interesting points every now and then. And it's a required reading in my Physics class (don't ask me why I'm reading it in physics).
But anyways, is there anyone here who reads it and, if there are, don't have time to read his 50 pages per chapter rantings on the flattening of the world, then I will gladly post these little summaries I do for the people in my class. I basically read each chapter and pull out only the important paragraphs. In the end, each chapter usually ends up being shortened to 2 or 3 pages, but that's still alot better than having to read 50 pages, right?
So, if anyone needs the little excerpts, then I'll gladly post them here Starting from the chapter "America And The Free Trade".
capitalization? who the heck came up with this horrible rule?!
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ib art; ib math sl; ib english