The Ecology of Democracy: Five Questions That Aren't Usually Asked

by David Mathews on February 9, 2016

Tagged as: Gifts / Association / Cooperation / Acceptance of Fallibility / Raising Children / Local Economy / Food / Safety / Health / Land/Environment / Care of People on the Margin

Kettering Foundation president and CEO David Mathews explains how people and communities can get greater control over their collective future. One way to do this is to ask questions that will reveal new possibilities for acting together on shared problems. Here Mathews talks about five of these questions and why they are seldom asked.


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