Answer to Question #127133 in Political Science for Oumou Diallo

Question #127133

Attached is a short chapter from Thomas Oatley's book chapter 16 on international political economy. This is the link


file:///Users/oumoudiallo/Downloads/Oatley%20Ch.%2016.pdf


the This is the last chapter of the book, which concerns the benefits and costs of the post-WWII global capitalist regime; specifically, the benefits of economic growth (with dramatic reductions in global poverty and substantial increases in average standard of living) and costs of rising domestic inequality. After reading this chapter , do you find the "Political Trilemma" theory Oatley presents to be a compelling way to think about the current situation? If so, which combination of the desirable objectives do you think governments should pursue, and why? 


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2020-07-21T17:24:56-0400
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