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Today’s world is more interconnected, economically, than ever before, but what about human values: Are they, likewise, becoming more universal? To answer this query, historian and politician Michael Ignatieff traveled the globe, interviewing people from all walks of life, to discover the ordinary virtues that unite humanity and explore the conditions which allow them to thrive. From the melting pots of New York and Los Angeles to the shantytowns of South Africa and Myanmar, Ignatieff’s book offers a timely and intriguing analysis of morality in the age of globalization – and rising populism.
About the Author
Michael Ignatieff is a Rector and President of Central European University and former leader of the Liberal Party of Canada. He earned his PhD in history from Harvard University.