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"If the twentieth century was characterized by the struggle between freedom and tyranny, the great battle of the twenty-first century, Joan Smith predicts, will be between global capitalism and universal human rights. While acknowledging that there is no easy route to creating a fairer, more humane world, we do, she believes, 'have before us the opportunity to create a new kind of society whose values, because they are based on respect rather than coercion, can truly claim to be more moral than anything that has gone before'."--BOOK JACKET.
Keywords Social ethics  Sexual ethics  Political corruption  Globalization  Human rights
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Call number HM665.S615 2001
ISBN(s) 0713994096
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