In an effort to rescue democracy, Robly E. George outlines a new, "fundamentally just" political party, building and promoting a platform run "democratically by all participants."
The "Democratic Socieoeconmic Platform" shifts towards an opening of mindsets, allowing party preferences to be created, discussed, and earned, rather than simply followed. George's "Transformational Politics" implement active "survivability, sustainability, and quality-of-life measures and realities," arguing that contemporary politics "[quibble] over Change."
Through planned "economic incentives" such as Universal Guaranteed Personal Income (UGI) and Maximum Allowable Personal Wealth (MAW), the new Democratic Platform would provide funding to address global challenges such as education, budget deficits, bureaucracy, resources and pollution, and the "General Welfare of All Citizens."
While the platform is ambitious and attractive, its flavorful intellect suggests that average thinkers may have a harder time adjusting to such idealized reform.
George's book Socioeconomic Democracy: An Advanced Socioeconomic System may be purchased here.Tweet