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Title: Free World: Why a Crisis of the West Reveals the Opportunity of Our Time
Description: Near fine condition. Allen Lane, 2004. First edition-first printing. Black hardback(silver lettering to the spine, small nick on the back cover) with Dj(two small nicks, creases and scratch on the Dj cover), both in near fine condition. Illustrated with b/w maps. Nice and clean pages with a small mark inside the first blank page of the book, some creases and very small tear on the edge of the pages. Nice and clean book with light shelf wear on the back of the Dj cover. 312pp including Notes, index. Price un-clipped. First edition-first printing. This is another paragraph Product Description: Britain may not be divided physically, but it lives culturally, economically and socially in a constant tension between Europe and America. And it's divided politically between a Right which argues that our place is with America, not Europe, and a Left which claims the opposite. This is today's English civil war. Both sides tell us we must choose between Europe and America. But how can we choose, when Britain has two faces pointing in opposite directions? Garton Ash argues that the beginning of national wisdom is to accept that this is who we are, that Britain faces both ways. What follows is, he says, a liberation, and a challenge. In this stimulating new book, Garton Ash examines how this has happened, and argues that Britain should resist choosing between Europe and America, but embrace a new role in harmony with both, and that instead of destructively bickering as we have for decades, we should be concentrating on grander and more durable aspirations for political freedom. Near Fine/Near Fine. ISBN: 9780713997644

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Price: GBP 15.40 = appr. US$ 21.99 Seller: Alpha 2 Omega Books
- Book number: 919

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