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Politics Against Domination

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Ian Shapiro makes a compelling case that the overriding purpose of politics should be to combat domination. Moreover, he shows how to put resistance to domination into practice at home and abroad. This is a major work of applied political theory, a profound challenge to utopian visions, and a guide to fundamental problems of justice and distribution.

"Shapiro's insights are trenchant, especially with regards to the Citizens United decision, and his counsel on how the 'status-quo bias' in national political institutions favors the privileged. After more than a decade of imperial overreach, his restrained account of foreign policy should likewise find support."
--Scott A. Lucas, Los Angeles Review of Books

"Shapiro has a brief and compelling section on the importance of hope in his first chapter. This book enacts and encourages hope, with its analytical clarity, deep engagement of complicated political issues that resist easy theorizing, and emphasis on the politically possible."
--Kathleen Tipler, Political Science Quarterly

"Offers important insights for thinking about democracy's prospects."
--Christopher Hobson, Perspectives on Politics

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Ian Shapiro makes a compelling case that the overriding purpose of politics should be to combat domination. Moreover, he shows how to put resistance to domination into practice at home and abroad. This is a major work of applied political theory, a profound challenge to utopian visions, and a guide to fundamental problems of justice and distribution.

"Shapiro's insights are trenchant, especially with regards to the Citizens United decision, and his counsel on how the 'status-quo bias' in national political institutions favors the privileged. After more than a decade of imperial overreach, his restrained account of foreign policy should likewise find support."
--Scott A. Lucas, Los Angeles Review of Books

"Shapiro has a brief and compelling section on the importance of hope in his first chapter. This book enacts and encourages hope, with its analytical clarity, deep engagement of complicated political issues that resist easy theorizing, and emphasis on the politically possible."
--Kathleen Tipler, Political Science Quarterly

"Offers important insights for thinking about democracy's prospects."
--Christopher Hobson, Perspectives on Politics
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Title Politics Against Domination Height 234 mm
Shapiro, Ian Width 153 mm
ISBN-13 9780674986756 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 0674986756 Spine Width 19 mm
Publisher Belknap Press Pages 288
Edition Availability In Stock

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