Graham Stewart

Global Breakdown

Globalisation, Democracy and Terrorism

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‘There are words nobody likes to be associated with in public, such as racism and imperialism. On the other hand, there are others for which everyone is anxious to demonstrate enthusiasm, such as mothers and the environment. Democracy is one of these.’ So writes Eric Hobsbawm, who has spent much of his long and distinguished life circumscribed by the title ‘Marxist historian’.

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