About the author: Jack Lawrence Luzkow received his PhD from St. Louis University and is an adjunct Professor at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. His research interests include contemporary Russian history and politics, the Holocaust, and the culture of political and social utopianism.
2004 0-7734-6502-2 This interpretive essay was originally born as a response to Francis Fukuyama’s essay, The End of History. It asserts that the major development of the 20th century was, and is, the World Revolution of Westernization. It asserts that many parts of the globe are successfully Westernizing (modernizing), but even more parts of the globe are saying ‘modernization wherever possible, yes, but according to non-Western values such as Islam.’ The study is divided into three sections: Europe, Russia, and much of the developing world outside the West.