Here is a conversation we could have.

Have a look at http://www.brucenixon.com/index.html and http://www.brucenixon.com/21stCenturyRevolution.html 

Many people are aware of the scientific and technological revolution. It has potential to bring enormous benefits, depending how we decide to use it' Less well known is the emerging revolution in the way we do politics and economics. Many people are disgusted with the current way of doing politics and economics There is growing discontent all over the Western world. They.want an alternative to neoliberalism, debtocracy, cuts with disatrous consequnces.and leading to stagnation...

I notice that women – and young people of course  - are increasingly taking the lead in what I see as a revolution in politics and economics. For example Joana Mortágua http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/14/women-portuguese-polit...  I find this encouraging – it’s emerging in Scotland, Wales, The Greens, Greece, Spain and Portugal and in the UK too www.cfwd.org.uk

The Corbynism surge is part of it.


Best wishes,

Bruce

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