Online Study Guide: The World is Flat by Thomas L. Friedman

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IMPORTANT QUOTATIONS - MEMORABLE QUOTES

Edition: 2006, The Updated and Expanded Version

1. “The playing field has been leveled.”
Nandan Nilekani says this to Friedman, causing Friedman to conclude that the world is flat (7).

2. “Girls, finish your homework--people in China and India are starving for your jobs.”
Friedman gives this advice to his daughters in the flat world (277)..........



............ 10. “Imagination is more important that knowledge.”
Friedman uses this quote by Albert Einstein at the beginning of his chapter on the importance of affecting the right kind of imagination in the flat world (543).

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