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An interesting discussion on Radio 4's Today program this morning between Oliver James of Affluenza fame and the historian Dominic Sandbrook about whether the banking collapse will lead to a realignment of our cultural values towards a more ecological view of the world. "The legacy the depression left and the austerity that followed," said Dominic Sandbrook, "it was that it inculcated[...] a make do and mend culture. Don't throw anything away, which is obviously something we've lost in this disposible consumerist world." Listen to it here.

An interesting discussion on Radio 4's Today program this morning between Oliver James of Affluenza fame and the historian Dominic Sandbrook about whether the banking collapse will lead to a realignment of our cultural values towards a more ecological view of the world. "The legacy the depression left and the austerity that followed," said Dominic Sandbrook, "it was that it inculcated[...] a make do and mend culture. Don't throw anything away, which is obviously something we've lost in this disposible consumerist world." Listen to it here.

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