The Rise of the Global Imaginary: Political Ideologies From the French Revolution to the Global War on Terror

Oxford University Press (2009)

A tour de force examination of the contemporary ideological landscape by one of the world's leading analysts of globalization.
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The social and industrial revolutions that swept across Europe and the Americas between 1776 and 1848 served as midwives to the birth of a new social imaginary decisively colored by the national. The role played by the French Revolution in this process was even more crucial than what essen... see more

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