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We live in a world where strongman politics are rising, neo-liberalism has hollowed out political parties and corporations have undermined democracy. Ordinary voters feel helpless to effect change, resulting in outbreaks of populist anger, and traditional platforms for debate are losing their viability as readers source information online. 

In this short and vital polemic, progressive thinker and activist Billy Bragg argues that accountability is the antidote to authoritarianism and that without it, we can never truly be free. He shows us that freedom requires three dimensions to function: liberty, equality and accountability - and the result is a three dimensional space in which freedom can be exercised by all.

©2019 Billy Bragg (P)2019 Faber Audio

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  • Gael Dalton
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Essay that would have made a great song

I think I agree with what the author has to say, but I feel backed into a corner where anything I might bring up in a discussion would get me shouted down as a heretic. I’m a fan of Billy Bragg’s music, and that makes me think this would really have had a much better effect if it had been crafted as a sort of anthem. That would work for me - this does not.

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