2 edition of Political myths and economic realities found in the catalog.
Political myths and economic realities
Translation of Les contradictions du monde moderne.
|Statement||by Francis Delaisi.|
|LC Classifications||D443 .D43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 409 p.|
|Number of Pages||409|
|LC Control Number||27006975|
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Political Myths and Economic Realities Hardcover – by Francis Delaisi (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Francis Delaisi. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Delaisi, Francis, b. Political myths and economic realities.
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Introduction: The conflict of fact and fiction ()--An outline of political mythologyThe economic interdependence of the modern worldThe myth of nationalityMyth versus realityEpilogue: From the polytheism of sovereignties to economic monotheism.
Responsibility: by. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Delaisi, Francis, b. Political myths and economic realities. New York, Viking Press, (OCoLC) Introduction: The conflict of fact and fiction ()--An outline of political mythologyThe economic interdependence of the modern worldThe myth of nationalityMyth versus realityEpilogue; From the polytheism of sovereignties to economic monotheism.
In this prize-winning book, one of America's most distinguished political scientists explores the dynamics and consequences of campaign finance in America and explodes many myths about this widely debated subject.
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In this lecture David Smith discusses the phenomenon and examines the costs and benefits both to the companies and countries from which activities are being outsourced and to the host by: Rioa collection of deeply reported essays, brilliantly explores the contradictions inherent in Political myths and economic realities book mega-sporting should be required reading for government and corporate leaders as well as for community activists.
Written in plain English, not academic jargon, this is a perfect book for college courses on globalization, economic development, and sports and society /5(2). Author Delaisi, Francis, Subjects World politics - ; World politics.; Europe - Politics and government - Contents. Introduction: The conflict of fact and fiction ().
Political Myths and Economic Realities by Delaisi, Francis. U.S.A.: Kennikat Press, There is a patch of sticker residue on the front cover. The book edges are spotted. pages. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Size F: 8"-9" Tall mm. The author sets out to demolish the "myth" of nationalism by putting it in its proper setting and showing that it has outlived its usefulness.
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We just experienced a historic election--driven more by common political myths and less by its realities--that will impact our political and personal lives for years to come. Rather than dismissing those myths as outright falsehoods, American Government: Myths and Realities, Election Edition, encourages students to confront their preconceived notions in order to think critically about.
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As in all political crises, there are tribal myths and economic realities. When the myths win, policy degenerates into chaos and counterproductivity. First, let’s deal with the myths. Valcav Smil is professor of Environment and Environmental Geography at the University of Manitoba.
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