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David Bollier is an American activist, scholar, and blogger who is focused on the commons as a new paradigm for re-imagining economics, politics, and culture. He pursues this work as Director of the Reinventing the Commons Program at the Schumacher Center for a New Economics [www.centerforneweconomics.org] (Massachusetts, US), and as Cofounder of the Commons Strategies Group, [www.commonsstrategies.org] an international advocacy project.  Bollier is the author of many books, including Think Like a Commoner [www.thinklikeacommoner.com] (2014); Patterns of Commoning (2015) [www.patternsofcommoningorg] and The Wealth of the Commons (2012), [www.wealthofthecommons.org] both with co-editor Silke Helfrich; and the forthcoming Free, Fair and Alive: The Insurgent Power of the Commons, co-authored with Helfrich. Bollier lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.