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In the midst of the current financial crisis, John Gray revisits his brilliant polemic against the forces of global capitalism and deregulation. Written over ten years ago, False Dawn is a remarkably prescient book, sharply criticising the greed and unsustainable economic practices which have proved to be the seeds of a world-wide recession. In a substantial new chapter Gray considers how the economic landscape has shifted in a decade, and asks the crucial question: where do we go from here?
John Gray is Professor of European Thought at the London School of Economics. He is a regular contributor to the Guardian and the Times Literary Supplement and the author of over a dozen books, including Heresies and the bestselling Straw Dogs. False Dawn has been translated into fourteen languages.
"A brilliant polemic against what he calls the `utopian' effort to create a global free market [...] a work of impassioned intellectual history and political and moral persuasion."
- International Herald Tribune