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Daniel Luban

Daniel Luban is a Ph.D. student in political theory at the University of Chicago.
 

Forward with Fukuyama

Fukuyama may still be proven wrong—after all, for his argument to be correct, it has to be correct forever, and the future lasts a long time. But on the most basic level, we still inhabit the ideological landscape that Fukuyama described a quarter century ago. The end of history hasn’t ended, yet.

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