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Here goes. The big and pressing issues would be delegated (one can’t do everything, even with this sort of power). The issues of climate change and the world’s financial system would be dealt with by a panel of experts. Planning and architecture would be the responsibility of Professor Christopher Alexander, author of the architectural classic, A Pattern Language, who understands humane architecture and would be given wide authority to demolish the inhuman phallic symbols created by modernist architects (the buildings in…

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