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For most people it's easier to imagine the destruction of the world than the end of capitalism

Mette Rodgers writing for Information Magazine, in Denmark, about the exploration of alternatives to capitalism through the Democracy Collaborative’s Next System Project. She interviews Ted Howard about the community wealth building project and the ideas being put forth by the Democracy Collaborative: 

“…If ‘our side’ actually won the power, then we would have no idea what to do with it. There is no articulated political program yet,” he says.”

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Publication date: 2017-08-21
Parent publication: Information
Publication URL: 'Most people are easier to imagine the destruction of the world than the end of capitalism'

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