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Part 1 A philosopher once observed, “A fish doesn’t know the
ocean is blue.” Most of us don’t realize the extent to which we
live in a “global village.” Let’s step back and try to achieve that
realization.

When your Course Developer was a boy, the only foreign car on
the road was the VW Bug, and it was widely ridiculed. It was small,
uncomfortable, and at a time when gasoline cost $0.17 per gallon,
fuel efficiency was not an issue. Today, most of the cars on the
road are built by companies we’d never heard of a half-century ago;
Toyota, Hyundai, Audi, and so forth. Back in the day, we’d never
heard of tofu, sushi, or moo goo gai pan, and pizza was “a big city
thing.” Flying to Europe as a long, bumpy ordeal, with refueling
stops in Newfoundland and Ireland. And so forth.

What changes have you seen in your life, that are at
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