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Carpe diem politics

For far too long, the electorate has been spoken down to. The message was simple: politics is way too important to be put into the hands of the people. But the center ground and media monopoly wasn’t ever going to hold.

There are many people of all generations who feel they have been marginalized by the current political landscape. So we ask how, in this information age, can we forge a new political era and revitalize democracy?

Ross Ashcroft joins philosopher and writer Roman Krznaric and artist Novar Flip.

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