Technocracy IV: Technocracy Today – Interview with Justin Lazzara – North American History

Technocracy isn’t dead! Today we talk to a card-carrying modern technocrat, Justin Lazzara. How has the movement grown and changed? Find out with us today.

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Time/place: North America, primarily 1918-1947 CE

Dead Idea: Technocracy

Co-hosts: Jon and Ingrid

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