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Can Democracy Survive Global Capitalism? Hardcover – 10 April 2018

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  • Language : English
  • Hardcover : 384 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0393609936
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0393609936
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"Kuttner brilliantly brings together two strands of thought: explaining both the economics and politics of global capitalism and how our society has abandoned core principles of fairness and equality. The rise of inequality helped pave the way for Donald Trump―a figure out of step with basic American values. Kuttner reminds us of the urgency with which we need to get back to a more just society" -- Joseph E. Stiglitz, Columbia University, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics and best-selling author of The Price of Inequality

"Conventional wisdom has it that our income disparities and dysfunctional politics are the consequence of inexorable and uncontrollable developments in technology, market competition, and globalization. As Robert Kuttner argues in this superb book, they are instead the result of our own policy choices." -- Dani Rodrik, Harvard University and author of Straight Talk on Trade and The Globalization Paradox

"The problem is not liberal trade, but an out-of-control form of globalised capitalism. Democrats must confront this danger now, argues Kuttner, if the political system they treasure is to survive." -- Martin Wolf, The summer in books - Financial Times

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Robert Kuttner, cofounder and coeditor of the American Prospect, is a former columnist for BusinessWeek, the Washington Post, and the Boston Globe. He holds the Ida and Meyer Kirstein Chair at Brandeis University, and lives in Boston.

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