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The ideas that conquered the world : peace, democracy, and free markets in the twenty-first century

Author: Michael Mandelbaum
Publisher: New York : PublicAffairs ; Oxford : Oxford Publicity Partnership, 2002
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"In The Ideas That Conquered the Wold, Michael Mandelbaum describes the uneven spread (over the past two centuries) of peace, democracy, and free markets around the world. And he assesses the prospects for these ideas in the years to come, giving particular attention to the United States, which bears the greatest responsibility for protecting and promoting them, and to Russia, China, and the Middle East, where their  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Mandelbaum
ISBN: 1586482068 9781586482060
OCLC Number: 55587825
Description: x, 506 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: I. The Cold War and Its Legacy --
1. Wilson Victorious --
2. The Cold War Reconsidered --
3. A World of Sovereign States --
II. The Invention of Peace --
4. The Cure for Cancer --
5. The Most Dangerous Place on the Planet --
6. Post-Cold War Disorders --
7. The Dragons' Lair --
III. The Liberal Theory of History --
8. The Democratic Peace --
9. The Triumph of the Market --
10. The Invisible Construction Site --
11. The Global Utility --
12. The Future of the International Economy.
Responsibility: Michael Mandelbaum.

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