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The two axial principles of our age—tribalism and globalism—clash at every


point except one: they may both be threatening to democracy
BENJAMIN R. BARBER

MAR 1, 1992 | GLOBAL

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ABOUT T HE AUT HOR

BENJAMIN R. BARBER is the first distinguished senior fellow at the Fordham University Urban
Consortium, and the president and founder of the Interdependence Movement as well as
the project for a Global Parliament of Mayors, growing out of his book If Mayors Ruled The
World: Dysfunctional Nations, Rising Cities.

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