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Multimedia collection documenting how trade has been shaped by political, economic, and social forces from the colonial period to the post-cold war era. The collection offers a comprehensive look at the evolution of trade and its relationship with communism and capitalism, as well as the rise of ethical and fair-trade practices. Also investigates significant geographic trading flashpoints and the major players involved in global trade, such as The East India Company, The World Bank, and the United Nations. Covers the latest trends in trade and the intersection of global trade with health, banking, protest movements, agriculture and natural resources, exotic animals, weapons, and more.
Producer: Alexander Street
Interlibrary Loan Type: Not Permitted
Simultaneous User Limit: Unlimited simultaneous users