Seventy years after Gandhi’s assassination on the streets of New Delhi, Ramachandra Guha’s new book, Gandhi: The Years That Changed the World, 1914-48, reopens a familiar debate around his legacy. What was Gandhi’s message? What were his politics? What can we learn from him today? And is he still relevant?
A recording of Michael Shuman’s talk to kick of New Economy Week.
Detroit is a story in progress with many possible endings.
Localise West Midlands (LWM) has just completed some research which we wanted to share with those interested in the REconomy project. It is closely related to REconomy thinking, and we hope (have to hope) it has potential to increase how “reconomics” can be integrated into mainstream economic development.
Michael Shuman talks about his book Local Money, Local Sense. Recorded at the Boulder Bookstore on February 22, 2012.