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This is one of those "theory of everything" books worth examining. Fukuyama's work is two volumes and he urges the reader see the first and second as one work. Read morePublished 9 days ago by JustinHoca
I enjoyed this book, the first of a two volume set, but I will concede it will not be to everyone's taste. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Brian Lewis
The title is no accident, I'm sure.
In the early 19th century naturalists developped the classification of living things to such an extent that their work is one of the... Read more
The best introduction to early political structures I've found so far. It's an opinionated book, and I''m not enough of a scholar to say Fukuyama's right about everything, but he... Read morePublished 19 days ago by SilverLady
The three top reviews already provide a summary of the contents of this book. I would rather place it in historical context.
This book provides an overarching. Read more
I read this book to get a good basis for reading the authors next book "Political Order and Politicaø Decay. It was a very interesting book. I learn a lot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ANilsen
The book is stellar even though I read Political Decay first and Political Order second. They are a great couple of books for understanding the foundations of political systems... Read morePublished 1 month ago by josef
Interesting account of historical development across the planet. A bit heavy reading at times.Published 1 month ago by Juan Carlos Scarpati