Skip Navigation
FREE: Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - Teaching and Learning Resources From Federal Agencies

Subject Map
U.S. History Topics
Business & Work
Business (30)
Careers (20)
Economics (12)
Entrepreneurship (15)
Labor (12)
Ethnic Groups
African Americans (69)
Asian Americans (11)
Hispanic Americans (8)
Native Americans (34)
Famous People
Explorers (31)
Inventors (38)
Leaders (24)
Scientists (12)
Others (25)
Congress (12)
Courts (14)
Elections (10)
Military (9)
Presidents (74)
U.S. Constitution (27)
Other (37)
Civil Rights (48)
Immigration & Migration (28)
Transportation (27)
Women's History (40)
States & Regions
California (29)
Massachusetts (16)
Midwest (26)
New Mexico (10)
New York (17)
Northeast (18)
Pennsylvania (18)
South (41)
Virginia (21)
West (46)
Others (7)
American Revolution (18)
Civil War (49)
World War I (17)
World War II (28)
Other Wars (31)
Other History & Soc Studies
Anthropology (13)
Geography (27)
Natural Disasters (12)
Religion & Society (18)
Slavery (25)
Other Resources (66)
What's New

U.S. History Topics » Business & Work » Economics

The Challenges of Globalization

examines the growing integration of economies and societies around the world and the changes resulting from increased international trade and cultural exchange. (Department of State)

   Go to this website

Interesting Fact:

As I traveled from a Texas cotton farm to a Chinese factory, from Washington bureaucrats to a third-generation used-clothing dealer descended from Jewish immigrants, to Muslim importers in East Africa, I kept marveling at how well everyone got along. While bombs were dropping, these Muslims, Jews, blacks, and whites stayed friends because of my T-shirt. The yarn and cloth and clothing bound them together; world trade bound them together.
Tsunami warning system buoy

Tsunami warning system buoy

    About FREE      Privacy     Security     Disclaimer