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The Free Press, New York - first edition, 1992. Hardcover, 9½" x 6¼", with dust jacket. Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, barcode etc. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. Brown cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, notes, bibliography, and index. In this exciting and profound inquiry, Francis Fukuyama asks us to return with him to the question that has been asked by the great philosophers of centuries past: is there a DIRECTION to the history of mankind? And if it is directional, to what end is it moving? And where are we now in relation to that "end of history"? He says there are two powerful forces at work in human history - "the logic of modern science" and "the struggle for recognition". Finally, continuing his brilliantly argued theme, he asks "Can liberty and equality, both political and economic, produce a stable society in which man may be said to be, at last, completely satisfied?