We make a global nation
Small village living comes easy to us. Big global thinking comes hard. Marshall McLuhan taught literature as an eccentric professor for most of his life in Toronto, Canada. But he became a pop star academic, after coining the term ‘global village’ to describe the concept of a world that technology shrinks from a big remote globe into a small revolving village.
We understand small village living. Little villages line the roads that link the three counties on the coastal plain. Even our capital city, Georgetown, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.