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This is a Wall Street Journal correspondent's visionary, big-picture look at why countries, businesses, and people win and lose in an increasingly multicultural world.. Why is Japan, a country that looked economically invincible a decade ago stagnating, while long-moribund Ireland booms? What qualities will insure the continued dominance in the new millennium of U.S. cultu ...more
Hardcover, 384 pages
Published July 5th 2000 by PublicAffairs
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This resonated with me, a mongrel myself. Zachary didn't go overboard with his cosmopolitan ideals. But he failed to predict the crisis, and he still has little explanation of why we are so nationalistic. Maybe he should have read some evolutionary psychology?