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A Communitarian Conundrum: Why a World That Wants and Needs Community Doesn’t Get It — Communities Magazine

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Despite widespread desire for community, structural and cultural obstacles to intentional community in the modern world loom large.

Unhooked Living‘s insight:

People who don’t like the two-headed beast of big govt/corporations need to downsize, go local, and restructure supply networks to be controlled by the grassroots. These things are the only authentic response, but they require a high degree of interpersonal cooperation. Are we capable of that? There is no doubt that we individuals can work hard and be productive on our own, but would our interests be better served by working within intentional communities?


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