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Francis Fukuyama’s “The End of History?” 25 Years Later — Panel 2

In an article that went viral in 1989, Francis Fukuyama advanced the notion that with the death of communism history had come to an end in the sense that liberalism — democracy and market capitalism — had triumphed as an ideology. Fukuyama will be joined by other scholars to examine this proposition in the light of experience during the subsequent quarter century.

John Mueller

Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Ohio State University; Senior Fellow, Cato Institute

Paul R. Pillar
Francis Fukuyama