Custom Maid Knowledge for New World Disorder by Peter G. de Krassel

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Political commentator Peter de Krassell contends that globalization was a 19th Century model of economics that was based on scarcity and actually died in the last decade of the 20th Century when the whole World was in surplus.

In this fast paced geopolitical journey across America, China, the Middle East and beyond, de Krassell looks at the history of the major empires of the last 150 years (including that of the USA), their achievements, shortcomings and religious failures that all lead to globalization. Learning from the past he posits "interlocalism" as the successor to globalization.

This latest book in his Custom Maid series offers a completely revolutionary new approach to contemplating our future and is must read material for anyone with an interest in understanding the political and economic situation now and wanting to see how the future might look.

About Peter G. de Krassel

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Peter de Krassel was born in England of a Russian father and Palestinian Jewish mother. He has lived all over the world, including Switzerland, Israel and the United States. Currently he lives in Hong Kong. He has a unique perspective on world events both from the influences of the places he's lived in and the people he has met, as well as from his varied career.
Published May 19, 2008 by CAL Books. 780 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, War. Non-fiction

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