The Age of Consent: A Manifesto for a New World Order

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Flamingo, 2003 - Democracy - 274 pages
The Age of Consent is provocative, brave, even utopian. But, with most of the 20th century's big ideas dead in the gutter, it's time for a book that can be a touchstone for real debate about the political and economic presumptions and prejudices on which our society has rested since World War II.

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This is one of those books with much to commend it, but for which my review is going to read negatively: perhaps this is almost inevitable when a book attempts to set a new political order for the ... Read full review

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The Guardian columnist says that the "world justice movement" (comprising such people as the participants in the World Social Forums) should seek not to stop globalization but to transform it. He ... Read full review

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