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Francis Fukuyama on the End of History

Samuel Huntington on Clash of Civilizations

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Benjamin Barber on
Jihad vs. McWorld


New York Review of Books, vol. 1 no. 1

The Russian Empire, 1910, in full color

Andrew Delbanco on the Death of Lit Crit

Why computers should be kept out of classrooms

Newsweek on the threat of Global Cooling

Simon Blackburn on Martin Heidegger

Alan Wolfe on Hardt and Negri’s Empire

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