Why Globalization Works

  title={Why Globalization Works},
  author={Daniel W. Drezner and Martin Wolf},
  journal={International Journal},
WHY GLOBALIZATION WORKS Martin Wolf New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004. xviii, 398pp, $43.50 cloth (ISBN 0-300-10252-6)Give the antiglobalization gaggle their due. After the 1999 "battle in Seattle," mainstream commentators summarily dismissed most of the claims of most of the antiglobalization protestors-often within the space of a single op-ed column. That was then. Over the past five years the antiglobalization crowd has managed to convince a fair fraction of the globe of the correctness… Expand
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