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Featured during this issue:

artistic Director: Pedro Inoue
Micah White on a possible way forward for activism
Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen at the hazards of bipolar medications
Manfred Max-Neef on barefoot economics
David Orrell questions the mythology at the back of neoclassical economics
We ask “What is normal?”

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