The End of History and the Last Man | Critical Review by George Gilder

This literature criticism consists of approximately 9 pages of analysis & critique of The End of History and the Last Man.
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Critical Review by George Gilder

SOURCE: “Four Cheers for Liberal Democracy,” in Washington Post Book World, January 12, 1992, pp. 1, 6.

In the following review, Gilder offers favorable evaluation of The End of History and the Last Man.

Amid all the timid tomes and hollow debates of the day, ruminating on the moral codes of the Palm Beach Au Bar, the fiery bellyaches of the New Male, or the platoons of CIA officials and Watergate burglars now widely identified with heavy weapons blazing away on the Grassy Knoll, Francis Fukuyama has launched a countercultural blitzkrieg. Despite a cumbersome title, The End of History and the Last Man unleashes an awesome barrage of some 200,000 well-boned words at all the multiculturalism, ethical relativism and pseudomarxist economics that now addle the American liberal-arts campus and political establishments.

According to Fukuyama, the American system is not a flawed...

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