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Sender: "Bruce Schuman"
Subject: A transpartisan philosophy
Date: Mon, Mar 24, 2014
Msg: 100802

From: List for transpartisan leaders and innovators [mailto:TRANSPARTISAN@LISTS.THATAWAY.ORG] On Behalf Of Rickrad Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2014 11:05 AM To: TRANSPARTISAN@LISTS.THATAWAY.ORG Subject: [TRANSPARTISAN] a transpartisan philosophy

Thanks for creating this transpartisan listserv!

My name is Rick Raddatz and I am a transpartisan political philosopher, about to transition (finally) into a transpartisan activist.

I would like to share a first-draft copy of a transpartisan political philosophy that was developed over the course of seven years of dialog and deliberation with hundreds of people representing all points of views on the political spectrum.

The quick summary is that the three pillars of modern society-- capitalism, democracy and defense/diplomacy--are about to get two new peers: (1) a "collective resource economy" that pursues social justice within libertarian limits; and (2) a "future resources economy" which pursues environmental sustainability via a global implementation of cap-and-trade. The paper makes the case that these five pillars form a complete set, properly structuring all human conflict -- at least at a high level.

As policy debates are not allowed in this listserv, please send feedback directly to me. All feedback welcome!

I look forward to meeting everyone at the October NCDD meeting and the transpartisan pre-meeting, if not sooner.

- Rick Raddatz 303-949-8075

p.s. If I can be of service to you in any way, let me know.


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