Selecting a conservative vs. a progressive candidate is a false choice that we are forced to make because of broken architectures of governments.
The Future of Governance is not Governments
Arthur Brock
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Based on our first two comments, under this very timely blog post, we understand that it is a false choice under The Wealth of Nations, but no so after a transformation to #TheWealthOfGlobalization (those two links take you to many Twitter conversations). From the second comment we like to highlight the introductory quotes of the mentioned post that have partially oriented our development:

“ Knowledge comes by taking things apart: analysis. But wisdom comes by putting things together.” — John A. Morrison 
 “… technology is the easy part to change. The difficult aspects are social, organizational, and cultural.” — Donald Norman, “The Invisible Computer,” Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press 1988. 
“You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work back to the technology, not the other way around.” — Steve Jobs

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