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Argument: Globalization involves positive imitation of cultures

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==Supporting evidence== ==Supporting evidence==
*'''Martin Wolf, ''Why Globalization Works?''. Yale University Press. 2004. ISBN 0-300-10777-3. pp 102.''' - "It is true that, today, that western ideas of democracy and the market economy, including business culture (and the intellectual counterculture to business culture) are spreading quite rapidly across the globe. But it was always so. Human beings imitate, or are absorbed by, the ideas of others on what to believe and how to live." *'''Martin Wolf, ''Why Globalization Works?''. Yale University Press. 2004. ISBN 0-300-10777-3. pp 102.''' - "It is true that, today, that western ideas of democracy and the market economy, including business culture (and the intellectual counterculture to business culture) are spreading quite rapidly across the globe. But it was always so. Human beings imitate, or are absorbed by, the ideas of others on what to believe and how to live."

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  • Martin Wolf, Why Globalization Works?. Yale University Press. 2004. ISBN 0-300-10777-3. pp 102. - "It is true that, today, that western ideas of democracy and the market economy, including business culture (and the intellectual counterculture to business culture) are spreading quite rapidly across the globe. But it was always so. Human beings imitate, or are absorbed by, the ideas of others on what to believe and how to live."

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