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        Paginationxvi, 117 p. :
        Number of Pages82
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Politics can’t be improved until we give people the ‘Power to Create’

So just as the twentieth century saw centralisation and hierarchy taken to its most extreme levels, so the twenty-first is giving rise to a powerful counter-trend for individual self-determination. When asked what stopped them, the most common three answers were lack of self-confidence, money and motivation.

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Attempts to prevent catastrophic climate change, perhaps the biggest long-term threat we face, has moved from energetic but ineffectual activity by our global leaders before the crash, to downright apathy after it. In the process, lives are transformed and the marginalised win respect as productive members of an economy.

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Since then the strength of free choice has ebbed and flowed as hierarchies and elites reasserted themselves, but each time those elites have faced a backlash more powerful and wide-ranging than the last. The world has become much more complex as established institutions, norms and lifestyles fragment — making it far harder for anyone in authority to have a clear and straightforward impact. Even the silver bullet of quantitative easing has created a sense of uneasy artifice with confidence and investment decisions driven not by the fundamental health of various economies but by the minutes of central bank committees and the pronouncements of their governors.

The most pressing challenge has been to get the global economy back on track.