America’s Involvement and Perceptions of Globalization


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America’s Involvement and Perceptions of Globalization
It seems today that everywhere one turns business people, politicians, and academicians alike are all talking about the realities and impacts of globalization in the world today. But amidst all the discussion about globalization and how it is affecting underdeveloped nations, the environment, and so forth, rarely does anyone discuss America’s involvement and perceptions of globalization. Accordingly, the following report provides such a discussion.
Without question, the best way to begin addressing the subject is to provide a brief explanation of what the term globalization means. As widely agreed by scholars, globalization is a term that implies that the world itself is getting...
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