Simon Deane-Johns compares and contrasts two views of government

Written by Simon Deane-Johns Friday, 20 January 2012 16:17
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Simon Deane-Johns AKA ''The Pragmatist'' and author of the recently published - Lipstick on a Pig,  as part of a mid winter penance has taken it upon himself to review two recent accounts of government, society and economic policy. 

As an entrepreneur, lawyer, and thinker whose own work focuses on how the relationship between individuals, society and institutions is changing, fundamentally and forever, Simon is obsessed with how we, as individuals, are personalising the one-size-fits-all existence traditionally offered by our institutions; and what the impact of this trend will be on our financial system, politics, unions, the church and beyond. (I'm really sorry about the length of that last sentence).

Here he discusses the 'beyond'. Also known as government.

Review 1: Sorry We Have No Money, can be read here.

Review 2: The Courageous State can be read here

If you'd like to challenge Mr Deane-Johns on these, or indeed any other issue, then come along to Soho on 26th January. Details here

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