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RSA Journal Autumn 2012


In this issue:

With many of our older institutions in flux power relationships are changing. Zygmunt Bauman argues that Europe needs a new collective identity, Matthew Taylor for a more experimental form of policymaking and Kwasi Kwarteng for politicians to be more honest with the electorate. In the wake of the financial crisis, Denise Kingsmill rethinks the board of directors, and Eric Knight outlines a new narrative for tackling climate change. Other pieces include: Adam Lent and Dr Madsen Pirie ask whether the Millennial generation can save us.

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