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Tuesday, January 3, 1984

Chapter 6 By 2005 the gap in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations was recognised to be man's most dangerous problem.
When Norman Macrae died in 2010, we made this retrospective review of opportunities won and lost by the way global commns tech has been designed versus his sustainability timelines published in the 1984 book "The 2025 Report". This became one of 2 handouts at remembrance parties (here is the other)

Over the 24 months of 2014-2015 we will be reporting connections between youth summits wherever we can linkin and assemble micro-wikis around the above issues - you can help us here: Googledoc the most collaborative 24 month race youth have played
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:KHAN ac why just one charity instead of 2% of edu budget
BRAC Abed, why not every ngo like brac
,SABlecher what pappened to africa's new uni and cas awuah ghana take up baton
MITtbl why not 2 webs learning web taken over by sales webs- how do we get back to neumanns ai labs now moores law has delivered trillion times more than needed to code moon landing
LUCKNOWGandhi why doesnt every dev world scholl benchamr lucknow
ChinaMa -second only to abed as teacher and market maker?
NZDryden -longest experients in flipping classroom
MEDIALAB Negropronte nowhere is quite as exciting asmit for sq mile walk into future of human innovation -but why not 
COURSEra Koller Ng why not c for collaboration in mooc
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1 PEACE CURRICULUM  Was it a mistake for a book, whose main economic recommendation was that open education would be the net generation's greatest ever entrepreneurial freedom to start with valuing how to network peace?
Timing is everything in mediating transformation in worldwide  system futures. Norman Macrae argued that 1984 was the greatest opportunity since world war 2 for citizens to vote against governments spending (through tax) a fifth of all their lives on arms. 
 None of Norman Macrae's obituary writers at The Economist or elsewhere understood Norman's timeline: spending his youth in parts of Europe ruled over by stalin or hitler, spending his last days as a teenager navigating raf planes over modern day Bangladesh and Myanmar, going up to Cambridge to be mentored by keynes that the number 1 system design job of economist is to end hunger and that youth should never let those in power divorce the future compounding disciplines of economics and peace
 APC1.3 Ironically all those readers and investors in the entrepreneurial revolution curriculum which Norman spent 40 years editing The Economist from number 3 weekly uk journal to one of a kind global viewspaper understood how the search for peace was embedded in all his major surveys: as the only journalist to be at the founding of the EU, as the journalist who believed the deviation of the BBC fgrom world service was the greatest missed opportunity in mass media, as the journalist who cheered on Japan as the most value multiplying nation of 1962 and asia pacific worldwide youth region liberating china as the turn of the millenniums greatest opportunity for youth to design collaborative millennium goals and action networks around 
APC1.4 Dismally few of the 21st C most famous economist understand the curriculum of economics that Keynes mentored his alumni including Norman on:1 the core job of the economists is to back whatever system designs she or he believes will help the human race unite to end poverty ( see the last Keynes last essay on persuasion); see also last 3 pages of Keynes general theory on why youth's greatest enemy is a particular type of elderly academic economist who is most prone to pad his pension with funding from big governments on industry sectors that have lost that purpose which has most relevance to producing future livelihoods.

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