ABSTRACT. Gray holds that the global free market is created by specific policies based on ideological commitment to economic liberalism, rather than being spontaneously generated. Storper distinguishes four dynamics that work differentially across economic sectors and world regions. Waltz fears that a world government would stifle freedom, become a terrible despotism, and finally collapse into chaos. Ackerman claims that the equal worth and dignity of individuals are observed in any society.



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