Revolutionary changes in the way we govern ourselves, nationally and internationally, are at least as warranted today as they were during Jefferson’s time, much more so in fact, but the injuries that might compel people to risk the uncertainties of revolutionary change, are only beginning to outweigh the comforts of delay. As in Jefferson’s time that tipping point will be reached.
Foundation aims to prepare for that certainty in our time, based on the reality of a rapidly degenerating ecosystem that will require a politically co-
A new social contract, defining limited but real powers for national electorates might move the global ship of state in a new direction less prone to violent collisions. Foundation could offer important federal protections for the rights of member nation states, and the independence of their national electorates to secede from that federation should it become oppressive or unjust.