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Defining Global Justice
Edward C. Lorenz
Price: $ 27.95

Defining Global Justice offers the first comprehensive overview of the history of the United States¿ role in the International Labor Organization (ILO). In this thought-provoking book, Edward Lorenz reveals why the United States, despite showing exceptional restraint in domestic social policy making, played a leading role in the pursuit of just international labor standards. Lorenz's lucid volume covers a century's worth of efforts, charting the development of a body of international law and an institutional structure as important to the global economy of the twenty-first century as the battle against slavery was in the nineteenth century.

EDWARD C. LORENZ is Reid-Knox Professor of History and Political Science at Alma College.

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