Francis Fukuyama | Critical Review by Philip Green

This literature criticism consists of approximately 8 pages of analysis & critique of Francis Fukuyama.
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Critical Review by Philip Green

SOURCE: “History: To Be Continued,” in The Nation, September 25, 1995, pp. 318-22.

In the following review, Green offers an unfavorable evaluation of Trust.

How is it that some people become famous while others do not? Of course, it smacks of sour grapes for one of the latter to ask this about one of the former, but Francis Fukuyama's career begs for the question. How exactly do you get ahead by boldly making one of the worst predictions in the history of social science? In case anyone has forgotten, six years ago he wrote that, with the fall of Communism, we've reached an “end of history,” marked by a “worldwide convergence in basic institutions around liberal democracy and market economics,” in which “the broad process of human historical...

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