Posts Tagged ‘national market’

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    The California/Missouri Chicken Cage Disagreement

    Mar 6, 14 • 541 Views • No Comments

    Sort of like coach or first class, most of the chickens that lay our eggs live in a battery or a colony cage.  In the typical cage called the battery, a chicken has 67 square inches. By contrast, colony cages are spacious enclosures. Equipped with perches...  [read more]

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    A National Market: The European Union

    Jun 23, 13 • 183 Views • No Comments

    Asked who is trustworthy, arrogant and compassionate, respondents in European Union nations offered a fascinating picture of how they perceive each other and themselves. Isn’t it interesting that the Italians named themselves as least trustworthy? And...  [read more]

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    Infrastructure: The Internet and Canals

    Jan 24, 13 • 270 Views • No Comments

    An internet connection and a canal could be rather similar. Internet Connections in the Americas, 2012: Looking beyond the Americas, South Korea leads the world with the highest proportion of its population having fast internet service (more below). Shipping...  [read more]

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    On Time Again

    Aug 31, 11 • 268 Views • No Comments

    Have you ever thought about the difference that a clock makes? Described in The Geography of Time, a pre-clock world meant you could not say, “I will meet you at 12:30 for lunch” or “Your workday is 9-5.” By the 1820s, though,...  [read more]