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Michael Clague

February 15th, 2024

Author of the memoir, So, How Have I Been Doing at Being Who I Am? (Self Published, 2023), Michael Clague delves into the concept of social progress, tracing it back to ancient Greece and emphasizing its continuity in Western thought. His latest book, In Search of Progress: Questions from a Life in Community Work in a Time of Fear and Disillusionment in Democracy (Self Published $10.00) highlights community development from the 1950s, built on the belief that social progress involves enhancing people’s well-being through inclusive, just and participatory socio-economic and political structures. The book underscores community work as a catalyst for positive change, especially amid global challenges like climate collapse, asserting that it empowers citizens to collaboratively address crises and invokes hope in the human spirit. 9781999166533

Order through mclague@telus.net

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