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1) In contrast, most novel commodities in non-Western countries initially arrived from abroad (or were inspired by commodities first produced in the West), (2) a process associated with the peripheralization of these countries in the European world economy.
elsewhere concerning their peripheralization in modern nationalist
are precisely mirrored by the reality of the blank utopia of contemporary consumerist society: easy participation in the economy of empty consumerism, tightly managed by a system of political, industrial, and media enterprises; or peripheralization and isolation.
It bears mentioning that the consequences of this peripheralization are not just theoretical.