Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Death and Rebirth of History

My farmers’ market journeys are too far for the present, but not for the future.  Those roads-too-far today, travel towards a market square of tomorrow and of market tables heaped with the produce of their regions – varied need inspiring … Continue reading

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No-one is Running the Economy

I set two pivotal dates in the evolution of (at least European) societies – 1500 BC and 1980 AD.  The first, when Late Bronze Age warrior elites began to coerce people away from sensible economic decisions towards the maintenance of … Continue reading

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