The End of History*

Francis Fukuyama et. al.**

 

Contents

The End of History

Responses to Fukuyama

No Exit

Spoilers at the Party

A Reply to My Critics

Future of U.S.-Soviet Relations

 

 

*  The National Interest, Summer. 1989

** Francis Fukuyama is deputy director of the State Department's policy planning staff and former analyst at the RAND Corporation. This article is based on a lecture presented at the University of Chicago's John M. Olin Center and to Nathan Tarcov and Allan Bloom for their support in this and many earlier endeavors. The opinions expresses in this article do not reflect those of the RAND Corporation or of any agency of the U.S. government.

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