Justice for All: The Promise of Democracy in the Global Age

Ethics and International Affairs 29 (4):489-498 (2015)
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Two pronounced features of modern globalization are an emerging global human rights culture and the growing trend toward democratization. In her new book, Carol Gould integrates these two features to construct an interactive approach to the core democratic values of justice and political participation meant for an interconnected global world.

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