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Objective: Preface and Part I, Chapters 1-2 The author of the "Origins of Political Order" is Yoshihiro Francis Fukuyama, an American political scientist and economist born in Hyde Park, Illinois to a second generation Japanese-American. His father was a minister and taught religious studies, and his mother was the founder of the Economics Department at Kyoto University in Japan. Fukuyama studied at Cornell University, Yale University, and Harvard...
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