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Turning in the Final Paper

Just a reminder, but I'll be in Blegen Hall, room 215, from 6 pm onward next Monday (Dec. 18) to collect your final papers. If you'd like to turn them in early, you can give them to me in my office (if I'm there) or you can leave them with the history department main office in Social Sciences Tower, room 614 (please make sure it's clearly marked that this is to go in my mailbox.)


Here is a speech given by Thomas Friedman at MIT. He gives a brief synopsis and highlights the main points of his book, "The World is Flat," and gives us one way, out of many, of looking at globalization...