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1IntroductionThe End of History and the Last Man is a book written by Francis Fukuyama in 1992 and is a way to flourish one of his older book The End of History Fukuyama born in 1952 is a political scientist and economist and also an author The first part of his book is called An Old Question Asked Anew and is the part that will be summarized throughout this assignment The part in question is separated into four chapters Our pessimism The Weakness of Strong States I The Weakness of Strong States II or Eating Pineapples on the Moon and finally The Worldwide Liberal Revolution During the first part of his work Fukuyama demonstrates the necessity to view the development in the worlds systems in the course of Universal History as Hegel first expressed Fukuyama demonstrates that History as a whole will end when every country will accept liberal political democracy as the solely honest system of government Hes not insisting that events will no longer take place He suggests that by the end of History progress or development of new political and social institutions as all essential issues will be established on two different reasons economic and alleged struggle for recognition The summary of Fukuyamas work in the first part of The End of History and the Last Man will be synthesized in this assignmentDevelopmentAn Old Question Asked Anew Our Pessimism1The Twentieth century is it safe to say has made all of us into deep historical pessimists This is Fukuyamas first sentence in the first part of his book He explains that Americans are most of 1 Francis Fukuyama The End of History and the Last Man Free Press 1992 p31
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