Nine well-known authors associated with the world federalist movement critique Our Global Neighborhood, the 1995 Report of the Commission on Global Governance.
Preface by James A. Yunker A Planetary Paradigm for Global Government by Glen T. Martin Liberalism at the Global Level by Richard Falk Governance--An Opportunity? by John C. de V. Roberts Global Governance Requires Global Government by Ronald J. Glossop Global Government: Objections Considered by David Ray Griffin Global Governance or World Government? by Errol E. Harris A Critique of "Our Global Neighborhood" by Philip Isely Reactions of an Ordinary World Citizen to "Our Global Neighborhood" by Jean-Marie Breton A Pragmatic Route to Genuine Global Governance by James A. Yunker Summary and Conclusion by Errol E. Harris Appendices For Further Reading Index
ERROL E. HARRIS is John Evans Professor of Moral and Intellectual Philosophy (Emeritus) at Northwestern University. In his long and distinguished academic career, Professor Harris served as a teacher, administrator, and researcher in the United States and the United Kingdom. He is the author and editor of 23 books.JAMES A. YUNKER is Professor of Economics at Western Illinois University. Author of five books and more than 60 articles in professional journals, Professor Yunker's research interests focus on market socialism and the application of economic methodology to non-traditional areas such as criminal justice and international relations.