The Tipping Point

What is the setting of The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell?

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In the opening chapter of the book, Gladwell uses the syphilis epidemic of Baltimore, along with other outbreaks of disease, to illustrate his three rules. He restates the three rules more simply as the law of few, the stickiness factor and the power of context. The setting expands to around the world from there.