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Robin Clunie: “How to use Scotland’s land to create a brand new people’s welfare”

(Image credit: CommonSpace) Robin Clunie, an architect, outlined in a recent article the way Scotland can take control of its land to provide for all of its citizens. With an amendment to land ownership laws, this could be done, according to Clunie.   Clunie said, “All land except that immediately attached to a residence is taken into the people’s ownership

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Edinburgh, Scotland: Book Launch of Prehistoric Myths in Modern Political Philosophy

Anthropology, Philosophy and the State of Nature Book Launch of Prehistoric Myths in Modern Political Philosophy, by Karl Widerquist and Grant McCall January 26, 4pm-6pm, Conference Room 2.15, Chrystal Macmillan Building, Edinburgh. Karl Widerquist, co-chair of the Basic Income Earth Network, will present his new book, Prehistoric Myths in Modern Political Philosophy, in Edinburgh this January. The book is primarily

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