Michael Clifford Podcast: Theo Dorgan on slowly unfolding change

Michael Clifford Podcast: Theo Dorgan on slowly unfolding change

In the aftermath of the 2011 general election poet Theo Dorgan forecast that it was an interim moment in a long, unfolding process of change…” that would take a few elections before a new kind of politics would emerge.

After last week’s seismic general election results many now believe that we may be on the cusp of that new kind of politics.

Theo Dorgan is this week’s guest on the podcast where he gave his views on what is unfolding and how we must learn from the past to see what is coming down the line.

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