Part 2 is going to focus on P2P’s tri-modal architecture, with sections on its views about the empowerment of civil society, the rise of the commons as a new (third) sector, and P2P as a new (third) mode of governance. When part 2 is done, I’ll insert it here and delete this place-holder.
Meanwhile, part 3 is done. Instead of continuing to let it sit, I'll post it tomorrow, in order to keep a semblance of momentum going here, despite my flagging ways these days.]
TO BE CONTINUED