James C. Bennett : network commonwealths, Anglosphere
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In addition to Cobden-Bright Awards we have invested heavily in the work of James C. Bennett, especially in America 3.0: Rebooting American Prosperity in the 21st Century: Why America's Best Days Are Yet to Come, co-authored with Michael J. Lotus, published in 2013. The acknowledgements for the book begin with: "We would like to gratefully acknowledge the generous support of The Explorers Foundation, without which this book would not have happened."
 
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Articles by James C. Bennett
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“The Six European Unions of 2030” ••• September 2018, published in Hungarian Review •••
 
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America 3.0: Rebooting American Prosperity in the 21st Century-Why America’s Greatest Days Are Yet to Come ••• co-author Michael J. Lotus, published by Encounter Books, 2013
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The Anglosphere Challenge: Why the English-Speaking Nations Will Lead the Way in the Twenty-First Century, James C. Bennett, Rowman and Littlefield, 2004
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‘The Anglosphere is more than the sum of all persons who have learned the English language. To be part of the Anglosphere implies the sharing of fundamental customs and values at the core of English-speaking cultures: individualism; rule of law; honoring of convenants; in general, the high-trust characteristics described by Francis Fukuyama in Trust: The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity; and the emphasis on freedom as a political and cultural value. The Anglosphere shares a narrative in which the Magna Carta, Bill of Rights, trial by jury, "innocent until proven guilty," "a man's home is his castle," and "a man's word is his bond" are common themes. Two persons communicating in English but sharing the narrative and assumptions of a different civilization are not necessarily a part of the Anglosphere, unless their values have also been affected by the core values of English-speaking civilization.’ — The Anglosphere Challenge: Why the English-Speaking Nations Will Lead the Way in the Twenty-First Century, James C. Bennett, pp. 79-80.
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A Most Audacious Union: How Britain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Can Work Together to Make Themselves A More Prosperous, More Secure, and More Independent Major Power in the Twenty-First  Century — spring 2015
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"An Anglosphere Primer" ••• by James C. Bennett, presented to the Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2001
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America 3.0 •••
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glyph 186 The Hanseatic League - complex order from flexible agreements
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Jim is a principal contributor to vortex Anglosphere
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