The Global Economy 1944-2000: The Limits of Ideology (Arnold Publication)

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By bringing a clear historical perspective to the study of the world economy since 1944, Scott Newton shows how it has changed over time in response to the balance of forces within and between countries, and is not simply destined for free market globalization or any other 'inevitable' fate.

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Scott Newton is Reader in Modern British and International History at the University of Cardiff, UK.

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“A critical view of our current world order that highlights the political and economic tensions that plague it. Bravo! A challenging book that fills an important gap. Highly Recommended.” ?CHOICE

“A godsend for all those who need to get their own minds - let alone their students' minds - around one of the most important yet complicated phenomena of the 20th century. This is "grand sweep history" at its best.” ?Peter Hennessy, Atlee Professor of Contemporary British History

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