The End of Politics and the Birth of iDemocracy (Paperback)

By Douglas Carswell


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Book details

  • Publisher: Biteback Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publication date: 2nd Oct 2012
  • ISBN13: 9781849544221
  • Publisher size: Demy
  • Dimensions: 21.6 x 13.8cm
  • Pages: 288

£12.99

The West is in Crisis. Governments have grown too big, living beyond their means and ours. The true costs of extra officialdom have been concealed. Parasitical politicians have been hopeless at holding to account the elites who now preside over us. As a result, Western nations are mired in debt and chronically misgoverned. Should we despair? Actually, no. Precisely because the West’s Big Government model is bust, things are going to have to change. The West is on the cusp of a dramatic transformation driven by the failure of her elites, technology and maths. At the precise moment Big Government becomes unaffordable, the internet revolution makes it possible to do without it. Be optimistic. We are going to be able to manage without government and thrive. The old political and economic order is about to give way to something vastly better.


Dominic Lawson, Sunday Times Culture

“as a revolutionary text, Carswell's is right up there with the Communist Manifesto”

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Tristram Hunt MP, Progress Online

“Quietly, a battle for the soul of the Conservative party rages and Carswell is on the intellectual frontline.”

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