Thomas Friedman visited a wind farm near the East Asian gambling capital, Macao. But his rhetoric outsizes his quantitative skills in setting up another "dichotomy" in a "flat" world.
The column is a dizzying and logically disjointed ramble through some well-worn tropes on China's economy that have developed during the media's concurrent green awakening and Olympic China craze in recent months.
This is not so surprising from a columnist specialists love to lambaste, but this opening left me more confused than usual:
[T]he Chinese engineers showed me their control room, which has a … Read more