intro slides 2003 - Anyone w ho think s the AN C is going...

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Steve Weber UC Berkeley “Anyone who thinks the ANC is going to run South Africa is living in cloud cuckoo land” Margaret Thatcher, 1987
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley “The phonograph is of no commercial value” Thomas Edison, 1880
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley Internal Sales forecasts for PCs for the 1980s: 295,000 IBM, projections made in 1979 Actual Sales of PCs in the 1980s: 25,000,000
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley They’ll be waiting for us with flowers…. a rough paraphrase of Vice President Cheney…
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Steve Weber UC Berkeley To understand the logic(s) of international politics means: try to make the logics explicit, clarify the assumptions, explore the internal structure as arguments, then evaluate arguments in the context of historical evidence
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