January 3, 2014

The Future Was Better Yesterday

Ivan Krastev, The Commentator

The Associated Press

Some three decades ago the former American Vice President Dan Quayle famously observed: “The future will be better tomorrow”. He was wrong. The future was better yesterday, at least in the West. Today, the majority of Americans perceive themselves as losers out of globalization.

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TAGGED: Democracy, Globalization

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