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‘The New Systems Reader’: Strategies for System-Change

Fighting for a new systemic vision Centering community and place

The Next System Project is an initiative of the Democracy Collaborative, which has long been showcasing the best research and strategic thinking about “visions, models and pathways that point to a ‘next system’ radically different in fundamental ways from the failed systems of the past and present….” So it’s a pleasure to have so many diverse voices consolidated into a single volume.

“The starting point for this book,” writes the editors Speth and Courrier, “is the inability of traditional politics and policies to address fundamental challenges.” That’s why reading this book is so bracing – it squarely addresses the deep structural, political, economic, and cultural issues that must change.

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Publication date: 2021-02-23
Publisher: Resilience
Publication URL: ‘The New Systems Reader’: Strategies for System-Change

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