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What are our positive visions for other economies beyond capitalism? What kinds of broadly connective, yet visionary, strategies can we enact to move us towards significant, wide-spread projects of alternative creation? How can we build powerful alternative visions, practices, and strategies without resorting to top-down models of "blueprints for the revolution"? I hope that the ideas in this pamphlet can contribute to an ongoing conversation about these questions within communities of people dreaming of, or wondering about, "life after capitalism".

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I’d also like the book to question the use of political art as a substitute for political engagement. There is a widespread belief in the art world that art is the last remaining space of opposition. This attitude is part of the problem rather than the solution. Moreover it’s insulting to those who campaign tirelessly for social and political change. works of art can lend support and momentum to larger political projects but they can’t initiate major change by themselves.

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As Mike Bulajewski pointed out in a Tweet, “TED’s ‘revolutionary ideas’ mask capitalism as usual, giving it a narrative of progress and change.”

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