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Steve Hilton


PUBLISHED: 29th February 2016
ISBN: 9780753556634
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In this powerful manifesto, Steve Hilton argues that the frustrations people feel with government, politics, their economic circumstances and their daily lives are caused by deep structural problems with the systems that dominate our modern world - systems that have become too big, bureaucratic and distant from the human scale.
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PUBLISHED: 29th February 2016
ISBN: 9780753556634
ANNOTATION:
In this powerful manifesto, Steve Hilton argues that the frustrations people feel with government, politics, their economic circumstances and their daily lives are caused by deep structural problems with the systems that dominate our modern world - systems that have become too big, bureaucratic and distant from the human scale.

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In this powerful manifesto, Steve Hilton argues that the frustrations people feel with government, politics, their economic circumstances and their daily lives are caused by deep structural problems with the systems that dominate our modern world - systems that have become too big, bureaucratic and distant from the human scale.

Publisher Description

Both campaigns are treating people like simpletons. In More Human, read the truth about Brexit, from someone who really knows.

In this powerful manifesto, Steve Hilton argues that the frustrations people feel with government, politics, their economic circumstances and their daily lives are caused by deep structural problems with the systems that dominate our modern world - systems that have become too big, bureaucratic and distant from the human scale. He shows how change is possible, offering us a more human way of living.

Author Biography

Steve Hilton (Author) Steve Hilton is co-founder and CEO of Crowdpac, a Silicon Valley political tech start-up, and a visiting professor at Stanford University. He was formerly senior adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron and played a leading role in the modernisation of the Conservative Party and in the implementation of its government reform programme. Steve graduated from Oxford University in 1990 and now lives in California with his wife and young family.

Jason Bade (Author) Jason Bade lectures on social problem solving at Stanford Law School and is active in the impact investing space. He graduated from Stanford University and lives in California.

Scott Bade (Author) Scott Bade is a researcher at the Freeman Spogli Institute of International Studies at Stanford University. He graduated from Stanford and lives in California.

Review

"Revolutionary and thrilling" Sunday Telegraph "A provocative book that challenges us all to reclaim our lives from a distant elite" The Sunday Times "Hilton's plea will strike many chords with readers" Guardian "A powerful and authentic voice ... captivating" Private Eye "I was both startled and then seduced by his words and ideas ... [a] globally respected thinker" Independent

Prizes

Short-listed for The Orwell Prize 2016 (UK)

Product Details

Author
Steve Hilton
Year
2016
ISBN-10
0753556634
ISBN-13
9780753556634
Media
Book
Publisher
Ebury Publishing
Subtitle
Designing a World Where People Come First
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Pages
560
Publication Date
2016-02-29
Format
Paperback