The End Of History Summary

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“The End of History” is an article by Francis Fukuyama in which he argues that the beginning of Western Liberal democracy could be interpreted as the “end of history”. In essence he is arguing that democratic liberalism is the final product of human politics. Once this is achieved there will be a few remain issues, however all minimal. In addition to analyzing Fukuyama’s argument I will also be analyzing John Gaddis’ “The Long Peace” which addresses the structural elements of stability. I will begin his Fukuyama’s “The End of History” In his article Fukuyama begins with his main argument that the end of the 20th century saw the success of economic and political liberalism. This is proven by the movement to democratic liberalism in states
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