My Country is the World
This work proposed an alternative, future model that opposed the existing tendency in which the collectivity of our future expectations is shattered in personal networks around our work and personal interests. ‘My Country is the World’ revisited the lost futures of the post-war period. Years that were characterized by strict internal rationing and wage and price controls. Despite the problems, there was great public unity, idealism and a shared hope for a better future. The decade after the war had the potential for radical political change. One of these unrealized political ideals which proclaimed a safer and better world was the Cosmopolitan ideology.