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Extraordinary Discourse has been long in preparing. A multi-voiced thought adventure, around an hour a week. Its many themes converge in the theme of Play.
Walt Whitman: "Failing to fetch me at first, keep encouraged. Missing me one place, search another. I stop somewhere waiting for you."
Decline Of Individualism
What We're Doing To The Children
Hate, Murder And Social Ambition
Today's Extraordinary Discourse Special is Episode 1 of The World Owes You A Living suite, a 6-part Associational Documentary. Its content was gathered from the early ramping of the "neo-liberal agenda" in the 1980s to the present, and paints a picture of that period which, arcing across the Millennium, appears, now in 2011, to be approaching some kind of climax. Unfortunately, the narratives in this documentary, which weave 36 themes to outpicture the employment situation, are by no means dated or obsolete, though a new generation of voices has arisen. The good news is that there is indeed tremendous good news, if we look in the right direction-- and there has been for decades now.
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