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November 06, 2020

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Andrew Nachison

Thanks for the 15 years John, and allow me to do something as old school as blogging - a comment! Didn't see that coming, did you?

Interesting - I also saw the erosion of borders as a feature, but didn't really think it through on the rise or fall of nationalism. Like a good globalist utopian, I saw fading of borders as a good thing, and that stronger relationships between people everywhere (and reduced friction in relationships between businesses) would lead to stronger relationships between nations. Nope.

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