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Digging Out: Global Crisis and the Search for a New Social Contract

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In hard times, dissension mounts.
The old social contract flounders and cannot be revived.
Forces of reaction assert themselves.
Danger intensifies.
In dark times, opportunity appears.
Such is our time. It is time to debate and define the next social contract, to articulate its political aims and action plan. It is time to change the world.

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Paperback, 264 pages
Published July 25th 2011 by iUniverse (first published July 1st 2011)
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Scott Schneider
Aug 19, 2011 Scott Schneider rated it really liked it
This is a very thought provoking and ultimately hopeful book on the current global crisis. The book extends Marxist theory to the twenty-first century and postulates the revolution being led by the "service class" of non-profits whose goal is to create positive change. To accomplish this the Clarks propose a tax on financial transactions, which seems appropriate given how they got us into this mess, and a Global change organization. While the text is a bit dense at times, there is a lot of ...more
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