Author(s): Macfadyen, Peter,
Date of Publication: 29/03/2014,
Pagination: 120 pages, 18,
Imprint: Eco-Logic Books,
Published By: Eco-Logic Books / Worldly Goods,
Book Classification: Political structures: democracy, Political activism
Britain today has a dysfunctional political system. Many politicians are making decisions to meet their own needs or those of their party, rather than those of the people they serve.
This guide is based on what is happening in Frome, Somerset. After years of missed opportunities, a group of local residents took control of their town council and set about making politics relevant, effective and fun.
Flatpack Democracy is both the story of what happened and an instruction manual for taking political power at a local level, then using it to enable people to have a greater say in the decisions that affect their lives.