In the United States, in recent years we’ve experienced Tea Partiers, "The Big Short," Occupy Wall Street and now Trump (not a linear progression). The art of politicking to achieve overall public good — our version of democracy — seems woefully dysfunctional. Talk about angry (and ugly). Positioning a brand — authentically — as an agent for good in a world that may not appear so good is perhaps the breakthrough all of us need.
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