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(6:59) Building the next economy, an open source economy where people work collaboratively rather than competively as we do today. The world would be so much a better place if this happened. OpenSourceEcology.org

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Guest: Mr. Blair M. Phillips (1752 days ago)
Latest comment: In 2004 I read two books. PARECON - Life After Capitalism by Michael Albert and Kibbutz - The Story of Givath Brenner and realised that anarchy was a democractic and economic system worth persueing. Watching the above clip is more proof that sharing ideas can help people help themselves in a world/community worth living in.
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Latest comment: In 2004 I read two books. PARECON - Life After Capitalism by Michael Albert and Kibbutz - The Story of Givath Brenner and realised that anarchy was a democractic and economic system worth persueing. Watching the above clip is more proof that sharing ideas can help people help themselves in a world/community worth living in.
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