"How can we have an inclusive democracy if we don't have an inclusive economy"? - The Democracy Project
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"How can we have an inclusive democracy if we don't have an inclusive economy"?

Sean Speer (Senior Fellow in Public Policy, Munk School of Global Affairs and former Harper senior economic advisor) gives his take on how economy affects democracy and citizen participation.   Speer gives his view on the fundamental structure of economy and whether the redistribution of wealth is the answer.

 

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