Praise for Fukuyama:
'Fukuyama remains as prominent as ever
Elegant, honest, persuasive ... he attacks his former academic allies and friends ... with a relentless and awesome force ( Glasgow Herald
Thoroughly worthwhile ... [the book] will give many thoughtful people a sensible path forward ( Spectator
This is that rare work of history with up-to-the-minute relevance ( Publishers Weekly (starred review)
No longer the neocon of former days, Fukuyama seems a more flexible and discerning thinker, and as always, his mastery of the literature is daunting. This exceptional book should be in every library ( Library Journal
Sweeping, provocative big-picture study of humankind's political impulses ... Endlessly interesting - reminiscent at turns of Oswald Spengler, Stanislaw Andreski and Samuel Huntington, though less pessimistic and much better written ( Kirkus Reviews (starred)
It should be read by every democrat - and every dictator. (Dominic Lawson Sunday Times
Societies that learn from mistakes rather than punish them have an inherent resilience...It is confirmed by this ambitious work. (Oliver Kamm The Times
This sort of blockbuster history of the political and social world rarely comes along. Only someone of Francis Fukuyama's calibre could have written this brilliant tome. ( Daily Telegraph Sydney
Magisterial and mammoth...Superbly written and widely researched, Fukuyama offers a fantastic, insightful take on the story of political development ( Cape Times, South Africa
Fukuyama has produced a work of epic scope ( Independent on Sunday
"'Fukuyama remains as prominent as ever' - FT 'Elegant, honest, persuasive... he attacks his former academic allies and friends [...] with a relentless and awesome force' - Glasgow Herald 'Thoroughly worthwhile... [the book] will give many thoughtful people a sensible path forward' - Spectator 'this is that rare work of history with up-to-the-minute relevance' - Publishers Weekly (starred review)"
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