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*[http://dialogues.rutgers.edu/vol_03/pdf_files/b_czachor.pdf Boleslaw Czachor. "The Three Gorges Dam and the Influence of Globalization in Central China". Retrieved 2.06.08] - "the forces of globalization, operating via the processes of “creative destruction” and “obfuscation,” will push central China to the completion of the Three Gorges Dam, regardless of whether the dam constitutes more of a risk than advancement to engineering, the surrounding environment, or its people." *[http://dialogues.rutgers.edu/vol_03/pdf_files/b_czachor.pdf Boleslaw Czachor. "The Three Gorges Dam and the Influence of Globalization in Central China". Retrieved 2.06.08] - "the forces of globalization, operating via the processes of “creative destruction” and “obfuscation,” will push central China to the completion of the Three Gorges Dam, regardless of whether the dam constitutes more of a risk than advancement to engineering, the surrounding environment, or its people."

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