The author summarizes his main argument and the elements he believes are vital to the current relative order within Guinea. He emphasizes the uniqueness of the Guinean social project and its significance to contemporary democracies while giving his own predictions for Guinea's future. The United States, in fact, has much to learn from this small, African state.
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