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Why Democracy Is Public: The American Dream Beats the Nightmare

This article was co-authored with Glenn Smith and published at the Huffington Post. Democracy, in the American tradition, has been defined by a simple morality: We Americans care about our fellow citizens, we act on that care and build trust, and we do our best not just for ourselves, our families, and our friends and […]

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The Future of Cognitive Policy Works

Throughout the last three years, this company has held the space for deep conversations about the role of cognitive science for politics, global issues, and the transition to a new economic paradigm. [Read the full story of Cognitive Policy Works here] We have continued the vital work of George Lakoff and the Rockridge Institute by […]

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Help Us Provide Tools for Social Change!

This guest post was written by Eldan Goldenberg at Sustainable Seattle. To change the world, we need to persuade one individual after another to change their behaviour. This can seem like a daunting challenge, but there is a large body of knowledge out there about how to do it.  We at Sustainable Seattle think this […]

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