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Cotton, a global history棉花,一部全球史Spinning tales纺织传奇A fine account of 900 years of globalization道尽900年全球化历史Still a player, thanks to subsidies由于补贴,(美国)依旧是一大棉花产国Empire of Cotton: A Global History. By Sven Beckert.《棉花帝国:一部全球史》。作者Sven BeckertGOOD economic history tells dramatic stories of ingenuity and aspiration, greed and national self-interest. Sven Beckert writes good economic history. But why cotton? Mr Beckerts answer is that for 900 years, until 1900, it was the worlds most important manufacturing industry. Cotton is relevant now because the story explains how and why an industry goes global. It is a story of wildly fluctuating fortunes, from stunning wealth to dire social disasters.一部优秀的经济史需要讲出好的故事,既匠心独具又发人深省,既描写贪婪又涉及国家利己主义。Sven Beckert的这本书就是如此。为什么写棉花?Beckert的回答是,在1900年之前的900年里,棉花产业一直都是世界上最重要的制造业。如今,棉花还能解释一个产业走向全球的形式和原因。这个故事有关财富的剧烈变动,从惊人的巨额财富到可怕的社会灾难。India runs like a th through this tale. Cotton was being spun in the Indus Valley in 3000; Herodotus admired its quality. Spinning and weaving cotton (the word comes from qutn in Arabic) were introduced to Europe by Muslim invaders in the tenth century. In India cotton as a cottage industry was so successful that it established a substantial market in Britain. This had two consequences. The first was technological innovation in the industrial north; spinning machines, the invention of the flying shuttle, the spinning jenny and power looms were the forerunners of the Industrial Revolution. The second, introduced in 1774 to assist English spinners and weavers, was protectionist legislation that made it illegal to sell imported cotton.故事中一直充斥着印度的身影。早在公元前3000年,印度河流域的人们就已经学会纺纱,希罗多德就曾赞赏它的质地。当穆斯林在10世纪入侵欧洲时,也把纺纱和织布的技术带到了欧洲(棉花cotton一词就源自阿拉伯语qutn)。家庭手工业形式的棉花生产在印度非常成功,甚至在英国的市场占据了不小的份额。这造成了两个结果。首先是让北部工业区诞生了许多的技术革新。诸如飞梭、珍妮纺纱机、动力织机等纺纱机器的发明都是工业革命的先驱。其次,英国为了帮助本国的纺织业从业者而在1774年颁布了贸易保护法,将出售进口棉花认定为违法行为。By 1800 mass-produced British cotton dominated world markets, including in India where the industry collapsed. In the three decades to 1820 innovation helped productivity in Britains new cotton factories increase 370 times. Mr Beckert, a history professor at Harvard, calls this new economic order “War Capitalism” as it is based on imperial expansion, expropriation of land, and slavery.到了1800年,产量巨大的英国棉花称霸了全球市场,包括棉纺产业已经崩溃的印度。在1820年之前的三十年中,技术创新使得英国棉花工厂的产量提高了370倍。身为哈佛大学历史系教授的Beckert把这种新式的经济秩序称为“战争资本主义”,因为它是基于英帝国的扩张、征用(殖民地)土地的和奴役(被侵略地区的人民)。Slaves and wide open spaces in the southern states transformed Americas economy, too. Capital, raised mainly in London, financed the expansion. By the late 1850s, 77% of the cotton consumed in Britain came from America. Profits soared on both sides of the Atlantic. Manchester became a centre of the universe, always feeding on cheap labour, mostly women, who, unlike slaves, were paid a wage, albeit a poor one. (This reviewers great-aunt was among the first women to earn a guinea a week from piece-work in her Rochdale mill, in the 1920s.)奴隶和南部开阔的土地同样改变了美国的经济。随着英帝国不断扩张在美国的领土,伦敦从中获得了大量资本。到了18世纪50年代末期,英国消费的棉花中有77%来自于美国。大西洋两岸都获得了大量的利润。依靠廉价的劳力,尤其是妇女们,曼切斯特成为了这一切的中心。这些劳力和黑奴不同,他们有一些薪水,虽然并不多。(本书评作者的伯祖母就是19世纪20年代的罗奇代尔磨房中第一批能从计件工作中赚到每周一基尼的妇女们的一员。)Deprived of raw American cotton when the civil war broke out in 1861, English manufacturers rediscovered India. Railways were built in the newly acquired state of Berar to shift raw cotton for export to Bombay. By 1862, 75% of Britains cotton originated in India. The industry had gone global; Egypt and Brazil also provided new sources of supply. When news of the Union Armys victories in 1865 reached India, property prices in Bombay collapsed, anticipating the renewed competition that the end of the war might bring. In the event, as peace returned to the American South and former slaves became sharecroppers, the global industry recovered quickly, helped by a surge in demand.到了1861年,美国内战爆发,无法从美国得到原棉的英国制造者只好重新开发印度。他们在刚刚占领的贝拉尔邦建造了很多铁路,用来将原棉运往孟买。1862年时,英国75%的棉花都来自印度。此时,这个行业已经走向了国际化;埃及和巴西也加入了供应源的行列。到了1865年,当同盟军赢得内战的消息到达印度时,孟买的房价一泻千里。这是由于人们都估计美国内战结束将引来新的竞争。结果是,随着美国南部恢复和平,奴隶成了佃农后,高涨的需求使得全球棉花产业快速恢复了。In the late 19th century the cotton industry in England began to decline. At the height of the Great Depression in 1932 only 11% of the worlds mechanical spindles were operating in Britain, compared with 61% in 1860. The terrible blight that has overwhelmed cotton towns such as Rochdale began then, and has grown worse since. By the late 1960s Britain accounted for only 2.8% of global cotton exports.到了19世纪末期,英国棉花业开始倒退。1932年大萧条最为严重时期,英国只拥有的全球机械纱锭中的11%,而1860年时则有61%。当时,可怕的枯萎病袭击了包括洛奇代尔在内的产棉城镇,而且情况越变越糟。到了19世纪60年代末期,英国只占全球棉花出口的2.8%。Today the main sources of raw cotton are China (29%) and India (21%). Supported by grotesque subsidies ( billion between 1995 and 2010), America clings on in third place. Producers sell to the new merchants of cotton: global retailers such as Gap and Adidas. Mr Beckerts story is both inspirational and utterly depressing, a reflection of the white-knuckle ride that has been the characteristic of globalisation through the centuries.现如今主要的原棉产国是中国(29%)和印度(21%)。由于离谱的棉花补助(1995至2010年间总计达350亿美元),美国仍位居第三。生产者们将产品卖给新一代的棉花商人们:诸如Gap和阿迪达斯这样的国际零售商。Beckert的故事既振奋人心又让人非常绝望,这是对绵延数世纪的全球化进程中间一段跌宕起伏的发展史进行的一次沉思。翻译:胡靓 校对:李燊译文属译生译世 /201505/376038。

Yes,Its a very funny movie with Jason Sudeikis,Emma Roberts and Ed Helms.这是我和Jason Sudeikis,Emma Roberts和Ed Helms合作的搞笑电影And Its, he is a drug dealer who then has to end up smuggling a lot of marijuana across the border.他是一个卖毒品的 最终开始走私毒品He needs to create a fake family.他需要组建一个冒牌家庭So that hes acceptable as hes coming back over the border.这样等他回来就能顺利过境And he tries to basically solicit all of us to become a part of his family.I resist.他恳求我们能组建一个冒牌家庭 我拒绝了But heres the scene.We could hardly show a clip这是一个场景 我们基本不能播每个片段because none of them are good for daytime television因为都不适合白天节目No,So this what we could show.This is what you get.不合适 所以你只能放这些 我只能放这些Because you play a stripper.I play a stripper.Yeah.因为你演个脱衣舞娘 是 我演个脱衣舞娘All right.I really really like it.Dont.Just dont alright?好的 我非常非常喜欢啊 别 千万别Ok.Hi,mom.Jesus.Hmm.Whos that.That,That is your daughter,Casey.Hey.好吧 妈! 天哪 嗯 那是谁? 你女儿凯西 嗨Uhhmm.I want three thousand now.Why?我现在就要3000块 为什么?Okay.Lets stay off the flight.No,okay.Fine,Fine.Blood sucker.那行 我下飞机了 别 好吧 你这个贪财鬼Hmm,Aright.Happy wife,happy life.Hi,kids.不错 当人老婆过得好 孩子们!Start making room for your mother.给你们老妈腾点地方Okay.Hey!Oh,no.Wait,I didnt.Aw.喂! 不 不我们有 哎呦Alright,we will be right back with Portia de Rossi after this.Woo!好 我们马上回来 采访Portia de Rossi。哦! /201604/437622。

Our first guests hands down one of the funniest comedians around this weekend.我们的第一位嘉宾是本周 最受瞩目的喜剧演员And shes hosting the 2015 MTV Movie Awards.她即将主持2015美国MTV电影大奖Please welcome the fantastic Amy Schumer.下面有请艾米?舒默How are you?Good You know we did no see that coming at all.最近怎么样 很不错 没想到你跳了段舞蹈Its a surprise to everybody. Its even to you, maybe.让大家都受惊了 你自己也没想到吧Including myself, yes. You did not know youll do it.对 我也没想到我会来这么一出 你自己也没想到你会这么跳Wow. So, uh, hi.Hi. Hows the...The poster doing, that we gave you?哇 嗨 嗨 那个 我们给你的那个海报怎么样了Well, I realize when I got home that it was a hustle hustle gift.我回到家的时候 我发现那份礼物太拥挤了What!? Its you got me that that portrait and I live in Manhattan.什么 你给了我那幅肖像画 我住在曼哈顿So my apartment is the size of this chair.所以我的公寓差不多和这椅子差不多大So it takes up my whole apartment.Oh, no. Yeah.所以基本上占据了我整个公寓了 不会吧 对Why dont you move here?Then youd have a bigger place.为什么不搬来这里生活 那样公寓就大一点了Do you like it here?But... I mean I dont fit in here.你喜欢这里吗 是 但是我不适合这里Just look straight body type and I got to let my arms register as legs,看看我这的身材 我的胳膊和腿就跟长反了一样and it just like...Why is that octopus on sunset? Is that...看起来就像 看那个夕阳下的章鱼Its not for me out there. No.Its not. You know. No, but...这里不适合我 不吗 真不适合 不 但是What do you do when youre here?I cry.Okay.I just sit in my room,balling, no, I..你在这能干什么 哭 好吧 我就坐在房间里 缩成一团 /201603/429302。

On Tuesday a major storm system brought a mix of bad weather to much of the central ed States.星期二,强风暴系统给美国中部地区大部分州带来恶劣天气。There is a possibility of a dangerous tornado in Alabama and heavy snow in the northern Midwest.阿拉巴马州可能会遭遇危险龙卷风,中西部地区有强降雪。Forecaster Connor Baird said all or parts of three counties in Alabama including Tuscaloosa, Pickens and Carroll - were under tornado warnings.天气预报员康纳·贝尔德称,阿拉巴马州塔斯卡卢萨、皮肯斯和卡罗尔全部或部分接到龙卷风警报。Baird highlighted reports of downed trees and building damage from the storm.贝尔德强调风暴造成的树木倒塌和建筑破坏。The National Weather Service reported tornadoes in eastern Mississippi, with roofs blown off, mobile homes flipped, and trees down.美国国家气象局报告称,密西西比州东部的龙卷风造成屋顶被吹走,移动房屋翻转,树木倒塌。译文属。201602/425528。