- xii, 225 p. ; 24 cm.
- Contents: Introduction: bringing "difference" and "identity" back into concern for democratic equality -- From domestic to global solidarity -- Post-structuralist political theory: living in an unreal world: where's you? Me? Agency? -- Can a "politics of difference" (or "identity politics") ground a radical democratic conception of justice -- The rise of global "casino capitalism": short-term financial profit versus long-term equitable growth -- Does globalization necessitate the demise of democratic egalitarian politics? -- Racism, difference, and the problematic politics of social solidarity -- Conclusion: ending the false antinomy of "difference" and "equality": toward an egalitarian democratic pluralism.Includes bibliographical references (p. -211) and index.