ARE WE AT THE END OF HISTORY? Yes, contends the author of a much discussed essay. The ideological wars are over, and liberal democracy has won. Responsible capitalists can do a world of good

Fukuyama, Francis; Katayama, Frederick Hiroshi
January 1990
Fortune;1/15/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 2, p75
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