It’s our own “Long March through the institutions” and it’s long overdue.
Good article. Good advice.
It’s called the “law of subsidiarity”. It’s “bottoms up” government.
It’s the battle of “boots on the ground”, not pie in the sky.
This approach is a critical need in the field of education, because providing good education for the young is critical and is best when it’s operative at the local level.
“All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind are convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of children”. (Aristotle)
It’s enough to make me wish-—ever so briefly-—that I was young again and could be part of it.