Quietly and away from the glare of elections in Canada and now the U.K., a new approach to politics is gaining traction. It’s a politics without parties, and without much of the rancour that defines national contests. It’s also a more modest politics that doesn’t trade in boldface names or political dynasties. Fundamentally, it’s a politics of citizens that illustrates what can happen when people are offered the opportunity to do more than vote, knock doors or donate, and instead take a seat at the table.
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