Democracy 2.0: Iceland crowdsources new constitution | Reflections on a Revolution ROAR
By Jerome Roos / roarmag.org
May 8, 2012

In just three years, Iceland went from collapse to revolution and back to growth. What can Spain and Greece learn from the Icelandic experience and its embrace of direct democracy? Just two or three years after its economy and government collapsed, Iceland is bouncing back with remarkable strength.

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