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The Lexus and The Olive Tree

by Thomas Friedman

The Lexus and The Olive Tree by Thomas Friedman X
The Lexus and The Olive Tree by Thomas Friedman
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  • First Published:
    Apr 1999, 416 pages

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    Apr 2000, 255 pages

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Deepak Patel

This is a bible for anyone researching on globalisation.
Kristian, Norway

I read the book as part of mye international marketing studies, and I am impressed with Friedman's ability to explain in an understandable way the mechanisms of Globalization. The book is easy to read, and incredibly interesting. It is intelligent and colorful.

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Kimberly Fox

My teacher in college informed me of this bookand it is a great book. I could read it over and over again.
Rebecca Collins

A good read, but an incredibly biased take on globalisation.
MaineRascal

Extremely repetitive themes.
Cory

Incredible amount of neo-conservative dogma.
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