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The Collapse of Globalism And the Reinvention of the World

Grand economic theories rarely last than a few decades and globalization with its technocratic and technological determinism and its market idolatry may have seen its best days Perhaps it is already a spent force argues John Ralston Saul the prize winning author of Very briefly I have always enjoyed what I ve read by Saul and find myself in agreement with him but having just finished rea

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Voltaire's Bastards and On Euilibrium among others in this groundbreaking new book The Collapse of Globalism follows globalization from its promising beginnings in the 1970s through to the increasing deregulation in industry and into the 1990s when regional economic every citizen in the G 20 should have this as mandatory reading

John Ralston Saul Ö 9 review

Collapses and concern for the environment and for the rights of workers led to widespread protest and disillusionment In the wake of globalism's collapse nationalism of the best and worst sort Saul demonstrates shows signs of making a remarkable unexpected recovery Saul gives an absolutely fantastic overview of economics from the Leftist position about what led to Globalism However if Sa

  • Hardcover
  • 309
  • The Collapse of Globalism And the Reinvention of the World
  • John Ralston Saul
  • English
  • 04 August 2019
  • 9780670063673

About the Author: John Ralston Saul

John Ralston Saul is a Canadian author essayist and President of International PEN As an essayist Saul is particularly known for his commentaries on the nature of individualism citizenship and the public good; the failures of manager or precisely technocrat led societies; the confusion between leadership and managerialism; military strategy in particular irregular warfare; the role



10 thoughts on “The Collapse of Globalism And the Reinvention of the World

  1. says:

    This book give an overview of how the neo liberal economic experiment has been installed in most of the world since the 1970's This b

  2. says:

    shows the real deal behind the hype of globalism and how most of the worlds leaders blindly bought into the concepteasy to read and comprehend for the laymen yet gripping enough for those who are comfortable with this type of material

  3. says:

    Very briefly I have always enjoyed what I've read by Saul and find myself in agreement with him but having just finished reading this one I ca

  4. says:

    every citizen in the G 20 should have this as mandatory reading

  5. says:

    Hmmm How to make a topic like this sexy Answer is that you can't really Reading it felt like I was sitting in a 3rd year economics lecture which isn't necessarily a bad thing It's dry yes but still worth reading Very informative very detailed

  6. says:

    I gave it a 1 rating as I could not give it a negative rating It is a schizophrenic view of the economic changes and supports his thoughts with changinf countires decades and subjects Read if you want to waste your time on this planet I did not finish reading it and will burn it when the fire ban have gone down In a right conscience I cannot pass it on

  7. says:

    This is one disappointing book First Saul starts defining globalism he says it's hard to define and then uits After that he starts

  8. says:

    An interesting and timely look atwhat globalisation primarily is why it went wrong and its conseuences Although first published in 2005 with an afterword from the financial collapse in 2008 it's still entirely relevant today with the rise of 'false populism' and 'negative nationalism' seen around the world from

  9. says:

    Saul gives an absolutely fantastic overview of economics from the Leftist position about what led to Globalism However if Saul’s intended and clearly set out thesis for The Collapse of Globalism was about “pro–active choice” then he nearly completely failed to deliver what he had said he wouldThis book is about our ability t

  10. says:

    I am not a liberal Left leaning for sure This had all the fun of listening to your cool left moderate uncle explain the global financial system to you before he starts to speculate on how geothermal tech might work to cool the planet

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