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The Future of Democracy

Is British democracy powerless before international markets and multinational corporations?

Building on the discussion from December 2009's Cafe on freedom and democracy, and amidst the aftermath of the General Election, we return this month to the theme of democracy courtesy of author and activist Paul Feldman. In the wake of an election that saw every major party committing to an austerity programme to repay debts for which nobody had voted, he will argue that Britain's parliamentary state is in practice an undemocratic market/corporate state. He will set out proposals for a democratic transformation of politics and the economy.


Paul Feldman | talks | www


Date and Time:

10 June 2010 at 7:30 pm


2 hours



Philosophy Cafe
Cardiff University


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