Readings

Readings

Readings:
Rodrik, D. The Globalization Paradox
Longworth, R. Caught in the Middle: America's Heartland in the Age of Globalism

Directions:
Provide a concise discussion of the strengths and weakness of two key arguments for each book. Your discussion should state the argument, provide an analysis of the argument, and be analytical rather than descriptive. Avoid quotes (do not include quotes over one line) and provide page number(s) (for print books) or section/chapter numbers (for e-books) in parentheses to indicate where the argument is made in the book.

Please submit your critique using the following guidelines:
• Use the template/headings below for your critiques
• Provide a word count for each essay (note word limits)
• Single space, use 12 point font size, and use one-inch margins
• Submit as a PDF document on Blackboard in indicated area

Template:
Part I: Rodrik: The Globalization Paradox (80 points)
Briefly state a key argument in the book (YOUR WORD COUNT-50 words max.):
Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the argument (YOUR WORD COUNT-200 words max):
Briefly state a second argument in the book (YOUR WORD COUNT-50 words max.):
Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the argument (YOUR WORD COUNT-200 words max):
Part II: Longworth: Caught in the Middle (80 points)
Briefly state a key argument in the book (YOUR WORD COUNT-50 words max.):
Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the argument (YOUR WORD COUNT-200 words max):
Briefly state a second argument in the book (YOUR WORD COUNT-50 words max.):
Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the argument (YOUR WORD COUNT-200 words max):
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