When The Facts Change: Essays, 1995-2010

By Tony Judt
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"When The Facts Change" by Tony Judt is an insightful and thought-provoking collection of essays, encompassing a wide range of global issues and dilemmas.

Drawing on his renowned expertise as a historian, Judt engages with topics such as political ideology, social injustice, globalization, and the decline of Western values.

With clarity and intellectual rigor, he challenges conventional wisdom and explores the profound changes that have reshaped our world in recent decades.

From the rise of neoliberalism to the consequences of unchecked capitalism, Judt sheds light on the alarming erosion of democratic ideals.

Through profound analysis and compelling arguments, he urges readers to confront uncomfortable truths and reevaluate long-held assumptions.

By critically examining the role of politics, economics, and society, "When The Facts Change" offers a refreshing and necessary perspective on the pressing issues of our time.

This concise and powerful book serves as a call to action, provoking readers to question prevailing narratives and work towards a more just and inclusive future.
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