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The radical idea of aroha is replacing a neo-liberal mythology of life as a market based on egos pursuing their own interests, which in New Zealand as elsewhere has led to ravaged landscapes, fractured communities and broken individuals. Jacinda Ardern understands that Aotearoa’s future depends on all of us, not just her supporters, and our care for each other.

– Anne Salmond, newsroom.co.nz/ideasroom/anne-salmond-navigating-by-the-stars

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