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The Pluralist Commonwealth

Fighting for a new systemic vision Expanding democratic ownership

The Democracy Collaborative’s co-founder Gar Alperovitz sketches out the major institutions of a systemic alternative based in plural forms of democratic ownership, oriented around community at various scales — what he has called “The Pluralist Commonwealth.” Visit thenextsystem.org for more resources and information.

The site includes an article highlighting six strategic places to help make this systemic vision a reality, as well as an annotated transcript of the film’s narration with links to key resources.

Publication date: 2016-09-02

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