A Declaration of Interpendence: Why America Should Join the World Paperback – 12 May 2004
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"American neoconservatism, [Hutton] repeatedly warns throughout this thoughtful survey of U.S.-European relations...is a dangerous force, not only for the larger world but also for the US...destroying the once great promise of social mobility and equal opportunity." "[Hutton is] eloquent and quickly gets to the point: that America has to give up its hyper-individualistic creed in favor of the recognition that people within nations are interdependent." "This is a book about values...Hutton is right that policymakers should make normative judgments (essentially, moral judgments) about economic policy that transcend mere analyses." "Anyone who harbors misgivings about the current course of America would do well to read Hutton's new book." -- John Judis "The clearest, most competent and most diversely interesting economic comment in the language." -- John Kenneth Galbraith "Hutton plausibly calls for both sides to cooperate and learn from each other." -- John T Landry "Hutton's writing is very insightful." -- David Moisl
About the Author
Will Hutton is chief executive of the United Kingdom's Work Foundation and columnist for the Observer in London, where he was formerly editor-in-chief.