The Democracy Trap by Graham Fuller

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Argues that the end of communism does not mean the end of national and world problems, and suggests that the end of the cold war will result in a questioning of American values

About Graham Fuller

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Graham E. Fuller is former Vice-Chairman of the National Intelligence Council at CIA.
Published January 1, 1992 by Dutton Adult. 288 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Several years ago, Fuller and Francis Fukuyama (see above) were colleagues at RAND Corp.

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Positing an underclass in the U.S. as more or less inevitable, the book calls for state-run work programs to ``recruit out of it those individuals who show the necessary talent and will.'' Fuller scoffs at ``more money for education as the means to bandage all our social wounds.'' He caricatures ...

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