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Some of the developments foreseen by Aldous Huxley in his classic 1932 novel have come to pass, but others haven't. Rocky Newman, professor of supply chain management at Miami University's Farmer School of Business, says that some of the things that Huxley got wrong have a direct bearing on the structure of global supply chains today. [Run Time (Min:) 11:57]
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