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Movements, History, & Economic Transformation, Part 5: The end of liberalism? Deadlock and decentralization

In this segment, I trace the path that led to our current political impasse, in which the scale of the economic and ecological crises we are facing continue to grow at the same time that we are increasingly unable at the federal level to democratically arrive at solutions to address them. One way out of this deadlock, which is in part occasioned by the impossibility of meaningful participatory democracy on a continental scale, might be a process of decentralization, devolving decision making down the regional level.

Interview shot and produced by Jordan Karr-Morse from Softbox Digital.

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