Village democracy

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Ingram Pub Services, 2006 - Political Science - 123 pages
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?A civilisation that genuinely reflects all that human beings long for and aspire to can only be created on the basis of each person's freely acknowledged power to decide on each of the many questions that affect his life.' In the 40 years since he wrote those words in the first issue of his journal Resurgence, John Papworth has not wavered from that belief. This latest book passionately restates his argument for radical decentralisation of power as the only answer to the current crises in politics, trade, ecology, and international affairs.

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Contents

Foreword
1
War Democracy Morality
18
Mass Politics
27
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

JOHN PAPWORTH grew up in an orphanage in the East End of London and studied at the London School of Economics.