Virtual States: The Internet and the Boundaries of the Nation-State.
London and New York: Routledge, 2000. 8vo. 174 pp. In excellent condition. Very light bumping to spine ends and corners, very light general wear. Interior clean, binding tight. Argument that "new disparities are emerging between the information 'haves' and the information 'have-nots'; between wealthy and poor states; and between the wealthy and poor in wealthy states." Near Fine Boards 0415172136 (Item ID: 111609)