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  1. Rory Short January 30, 2013 at 3:10 pm |

    All human organisations need a hierarchical structure in order to function effectively but what they do not need is for the ultimate decision making power to be passed up the hierarchy. As far as I know this is the unthinking practice of all organisations bar those of Quaker. Amongst Quakers ultimate decision making power is never ever passed up the organisational hierarchy it always remains firmly at the bottom most level where all the members are.

  2. Robin Whitlock January 30, 2013 at 6:08 am |

    An interesting post, but in Bristol certain socialists on the left, particularly some in the Socialist Party and Socialist Equality Party, seem determined to vindictively attack the Green Party at every opportunity. That doesn’t help!

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