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Benjamin R. BarberMichael Edwards' 'Future Positive'...offers a careful and realistic portrait of...the potential role of cooperation in domesticating the competitive ethos of the global economy. He takes intervention to be 'the dominant theme of the last 50 years' and cooperation—potentially—to be the 'dominant theme of the next 50 years' and then sets out to show how this might actually come to pass. It is an important thesis on behalf of institutional cooperation and deserves a reading.
—Los Angeles Times