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    The Great Degeneration

    An interesting review of today's society, summarizing how the world has changed in the late 20th century. While not providing solutions, this book identifies areas that in the past have enabled the West to develop faster and stronger than the rest of the World, and shows how this has not been the case for the past 30 years. Interesting to read and thought provoking.
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    The End of Making History

    It was alright. some inteestong ideas on the evolution of common law and the decline of social capital. The analysis was quite boilerplate though.
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    More Politics than Economics

    Looking through a Miltonian (Friedman that is) lens the author weaves a polemical tale full of right wing tropes that seems oblivious to 80 years of Keynesianism and its acknowledged successes. It's as though JM Keynes never lived. Decrying the "regulatory state" (in his view) the author also seems oblivious to the fact that if the people cannot secure their rights by means of judicious regulation of transactions and relations, they will get them through litigation--as if our courts weren't clogged up enough already! Enough of economics stained by a right wing political agenda.
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    Founder integral city meshworks

    Almost AQAL. Taps into 4 city voices thru institutions. Adds the dynamic of institutions to city. Adds to Adizes paei at another order of scale. Argues for growth of mind to complement extended life of body. Could be this is the real call of integral movement????
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