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By: Norman Moss
225 pages, no illustrations
Takes a look at how different the politics of the future will be from those of the past. Moss proposes that local party and even national interests will have to adapt to recognize the imperatives of the global consequences of our actions, which, as he shows, is already beginning to happen with the negotiations over the ozone layer and climate change. But as the pressures increase through the loss of natural resources, so too will the politics of planetary management.
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