An empowering and concise ending. Thoughtful and well referenced content too. I'll be sure to share this with plenty of folks.

Although I've commented on the fly as I've read through this, I've finished feeling a little like much of the great work from folks like Kate Raworth could have been better utilised. I mean, if we go a layer (or many) deeper, and "change the goals of the system" and transcend paradigms etc.

I say this because you call out capitalism (more specifically, I'm assuming, neoliberalism) as the cause of why things are so screwed up. I'm wondering why anti-trust was the 'treatment' you are pushing...? Is this merely pragmatic (relative to designing a 'doughnut economy' this might seem 'easy').

Would really love to hear more about why you opted for this relative to other proposals or opportunties to make things better?

A confluence of Happy Gilmore, Conor McGregor and the Dalai Lama.