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Democracy & Governance

Toward Democratic Eco-socialism as the Next World System

Toward Democratic Eco-socialism as the Next World System

Eco-socialism seeks to come to grips with the growth paradigm inherent in capitalism and to which post-revolutionary societies in the past subscribed and still do today. read more
Social Democracy

Social Democracy

When basic needs are met, we tend to prefer more security, broader opportunity, and confidence that living standards will improve over time. read more
Economic Democracy

Economic Democracy

The more experiments there are with other economic structures that contribute to democratizing the economy, the more we will learn as to the strengths and weaknesses of alternative structures. read more
Whole Systems Change

Whole Systems Change

What kind of social configuration supports the expression of our human capacities for consciousness, caring, and creativity—or, alternately, our capacities for insensitivity, cruelty, and destructiveness? read more
On the left a caterpillar, connected by a dotted line to a chrysalis at the center, then connected again by a dotted line to a butterfly on the right.

New Political-Economic Possibilities for the Twenty-First Century

Addressing the problems of the twenty-first century requires going beyond business as usual. It requires “changing the system.” But what does this mean? And what would it entail? read more