Gladwell posits that much of the success we see in the world is a result of our opportunities and history.
He links together a wide variety of topics, from why southerners get angry faster than northerners (in the US), to why Korean pilots suffered more crashes in the 1990s, and why Asians are better at math.
The key points can be summarized quickly, but it’s an entertaining and easy read.
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