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Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. History is directional, and its endpoint is capitalist End of History and the Last Man - Kindle edition by Francis Fukuyama. Download it Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Politics & Social Sciences. Francis Fukuyama is the author of The End of History, The Great Disruption, Our Posthuman Future, State Building,After the Neocons, The Origins of Political. Read "Identity The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment" by Francis Fukuyama available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first.

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Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment by Francis Fukuyama. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. The Origins of Political Order: From Prehuman Times to the French Revolution by Francis Fukuyama. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Editorial Reviews. Review. The Times (UK) Best Books of , Politics • Financial Times Best Kindle Store · Kindle eBooks · Politics & Social Sciences . In , Francis Fukuyama wrote that American institutions were in decay, as the.

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It is a bold book, probably too bold for the specialists who take refuge in tiny topics and fear big ideas.

Francis Fukuyama and the End of History

But Fukuyama deserves congratulation for thinking big and not worrying about making mistakes. This is a book that will be remembered, like those of Ranke, Trevelyan and Turner. Bring on volume II.

Along the way, Fukuyama mines the fields of anthropology, archaeology, biology, evolutionary psychology, economics, and, of course, political science and international relations to establish a framework for understanding the evolution of political institutions. And that's just Volume One….

At the center of the project is a fundamental question: Why do some states succeed while others collapse? Fukuyama writes a crystalline prose that balances engaging erudition with incisive analysis. As germane to the turmoil in Afghanistan as it is to today's congressional battles, this is that rare work of history with up-to-the-minute relevance. With impressive erudition, the author travels across China, India, the Islamic world and different regions of Europe looking for the main components of good political order and at how and why these emerged or failed to in each place.

Fukuyama is still the big-picture man who gave us The End of History , but he has an unerring eye for illuminating detail.

Books on political theory are not often page-turners; this one is. This was the thesis in Edward O. Wilson's book Sociobiology that has caused such a stir. In The Origins of Political Order , Francis Fukuyama of Stanford University presents a sweeping new overview of human social structures throughout history, taking over from where Dr.

Wilson's ambitious synthesis left off.

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