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booklet is a Common Sense for the 21st Century – I declare what we . All of these examples relied on the good will of politicians, the good.
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Thomas Paine, Common Sense 1776

It's difficult to overstate the importance of this short book. Its author, Roger Hallam , will in all likelihood assume a stature totally eclipsing that of Thomas Paine, whose Common Sense was this booklet's inspiration. Oct 02, Ryan Mizzen rated it it was amazing. I was inspired to read this after George Monbiot's comments, calling it brilliant and saying that it could become a classic of political theory.

I agree with George. I also think Citizens' Assemblies could be a real alternative to the political chaos and ineptitude we currently have.


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Sep 08, Marc rated it it was amazing. I was quite impressed by this book, that is still looking for crowdfunding to be properly published. In it Hallam, who cofounded Extinction Rebellion, explains what is wrong with the climate and biodiversity and why civil disobedience is the only way to fix it. Currently, politicians are too open to lobbyists and to focused on their own carreers to move as fast as required.

I found that hard to stomach, but is is obvious that for example the Paris Climate Treaty is going nowhere. Ha I was quite impressed by this book, that is still looking for crowdfunding to be properly published. Hallam proposes to create civilians' assemblies by sortition, which means they are representative to do the decision making. Seems like a good idea.

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First aristocracy replaced monarchy, then representative democracy replaced aristocracy, now, since liberal democracy is losing its credibility - if only because it can't save us from climate disaster - it is time to replace it by something more democratic and effective. I can't believe I am writing this. Another thing Hallam is astutely aware of is that mere yellow vests style criticism and activism see also the Occupy movement without an actual plan is bound to fail.

Hallam will not fall into that trap. He has a list of solutions. That's the incredible thing about climate change: it is well researched and its solutions are available, well tested and affordable. I liked the part where he explains that the current situation requires people to ignore their in group - out group urge not to cooperate with people who are different. This is not some greeny lefty activist thing, it is about morals, duty and the end of the world. So let's all join Extinction Rebellion and block some junctions.

Oct 21, Steve Lawless rated it it was amazing.


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