Populism’s rise points to real problems in our world. We ignore it at our peril
By Stephen J. Harper (original source The Globe and Mail)
“(The Globe and Mail) – For the vast majority of the world’s people, life today is longer, healthier and wealthier than at any other time in human history. Accelerating technological innovation promises great advancement at an even more rapid pace. It should be the dawn of a great new age.
Yet there is growing anxiety and uncertainty about the future. In advanced democracies, this is particularly acute. More and more people in the West are questioning our economic and social trajectory. Many do not feel they are getting ahead. Amidst the technological, economic and social change they are experiencing, they see less opportunity for their children than they had for themselves.”
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