Objects & Places from That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back

Thomas Friedman
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America

The subject of the book, That Used to Be Us, is the decline of this nation.

China

This country is a chief competitor on the world stage in not only economic and military ways, but not in terms of personal freedom.

Tianjin

Tom Friedman traveled to this location in September 2010 to attend the World Economic Forum summer conference.

Republican Party

This political organization is narrowly focused on tax cuts for the wealthy according to the author.

Democratic Party

This political organization is narrowly focused on saving social programs that have grown too costly according to the author.

Tea Party

This political organization is focused on adherence to the Constitution.

IT/Globalization Merger

Due to advancements in this realm, old jobs disappeared and new ones were created that require advanced skills and education.

Global Warming

The majority of experts and scientists agree that this issue is a pressing...

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