Plural Economies

From the blog "A House Without Walls."

Imagine what a plurality of systems available on local and regional levels could offer a society in terms of representation and resilience? A selection of systems available, offering real alternatives to misrepresentative and exploitative power structures to the point that they eventually become obsolete. It is necessary for a society to be resilient and adaptive to the circumstances of failed centralized systems.  It is necessary to have available a wide range of available options that can allow a society to not ?put all its eggs in one basket?, so to speak, and instead distribute the impact of economic and political instability over a breadth of choices in which any citizen can actively participate and find their needs met...

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