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By: John Gray(Author)
262 pages, no illustrations
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?
"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
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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.
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