by Erik Loomis
Resurrecting Humphrey-Hawkins can help pre-empt a technology crisis and even future labor dislocation from globalization.
by Michael S. Neiberg
With the benefit of time we can see more clearly the essential bifurcation in American views about US leadership and how they began in the aftermath of the heated debate over the Treaty of Versailles.
SOURCE: The Guardian
The book is by Jürgen Osterhammel, a professor at Konstanz University, who argues that the 19th century should be recast as the century marked by globalization, not nationalism.
SOURCE: The Washington Post
A backlash to globalization appears to be gaining strength around the world.
by Lynn Hunt
Now that a clearer view of globalization in that period is emerging, it is time for historians to think more systematically about how the parts fit together.
by Beth Macy
With a fascinating but complicated hero at my story’s center, I set out to explain why more than 5 million workers lost their jobs over the past 15 years.
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