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BPL discussion on the 12/1/18 posting. New information has not resulted in any changes.

We think these are the most relevant articles concerning the effects of rapid change and market volatility upon societies:


1.What’s New: How Liberal Societies Decide                                                   Addenda (i-v)

2. The Contours of Change  n.b. + (footnotes 2a, 3a about the key democratic assumptions)

3. The Limitations of Very Limited Government

4. Reason, Economic Growth and Government

5. The Necessity of Social Consensus 

6. The Effect of Broad Economic Forces on U.S. Workers

7. Reason in the Modern World

8. The Effects of Automation on Work and Politics 

9. Modern Economics and Growth

10.The French Revolution of 1789 and the Precondition for Effective Change

11.The Nature of Stock Market Equilibrium


We hope these continuing discussions and articles will be helpful to you.