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“Fascinating . . . Powerful . . . [A] valuable [contribution] to the understanding of the trends toward regionalization.”Foreign Affairs

“Foroohar’s work here is equal parts journalism and visioning, offering a host of case studies of how we might produce and consume differently while simultaneously painting a picture of a more resilient and rooted economy. . . . As [Homecoming] spells out in vivid detail, we have our work cut out for us to bring the economy home.”The American Prospect

“In this deeply reported book, Foroohar offers a mix of lively on-the-ground tales and stimulating macroanalysis to explain how globalization and localization are changing business, finance, and our wider society. . . . A must-read.”—Gillian Tett, New York Times bestselling author of Anthro-Vision

“Foroohar has consistently been right on globalization. Homecoming explains how local manufacturing is becoming a solution for many communities around the world. The detailed reporting and interviews make for eye-opening and gripping reading.”—Joseph E. Stiglitz, Nobel Prize laureate in economics

“The way we eat impacts everything in our world, and Homecoming is a thorough examination of not just the dire consequences but also the many hopeful possibilities contained in that simple truth.”—Alice Waters, New York Times bestselling author of Coming to My Senses

“By asking the fundamental questions of what matters and who matters, this book comes with some conditioned optimism about the future: Global cooperation is possible (and needed), but can yield positive social outcomes only if built on sound economic thinking that values community, sustainability, and equity. The road to this new form of capitalism is paved with books like Homecoming.”—Mariana Mazzucato, author of Mission Economy

“In this fascinating book, Rana Foroohar argues that the retreat from hyperglobalization is a fact—and a welcome one at that. Homecoming will change how you think of the world to come.”—Dani Rodrik, author of The Globalization Paradox

“Foroohar walks us through the fiasco of four decades of devotion to neoliberal economic theory that emerged from the collapse of the Bretton Woods system, leading to the inevitable global and internal imbalances we see today. Homecoming offers a truly comprehensive and vivid discussion of the aftermath and what we need to do to belatedly address these errors.”—Daniel Alpert, author of The Age of Oversupply

“Rana Foroohar understands what went wrong with America and how to make it right. In Homecoming she weaves it all together to show how to build a safer, cleaner, and more peaceful world. A visionary blueprint for a future that works for all of us.”—Barry C. Lynn, author of Liberty from All Masters

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