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Movement Strategy & History

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Reversing Inequality: Unleashing the Transformative Potential of an Equitable Economy

The US economy’s deep systemic inequalities of income, wealth, power, and opportunity are part of global inequality trends, but US-style capitalism and public policy make inequalities more acute. What are the systemic interventions needed to deconcentrate wealth and move towards a more equal America? read more
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Getting to the Next System

We have encompassing problems because of fundamental flaws in our economic and political system. By understanding these flaws, we can end them and move forward to a new system. read more
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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
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The Next System Project: New Political-Economic Possibilities for the Twenty First Century

The Next System Project: New Political-Economic Possibilities for the Twenty First Century—provides an in-depth overview of the goals of the Next System Project. read more