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    Good Lifeism (or Utopian Agrarianism / UtAg) is the political ideology practiced by Tom and Barbara Good in the British Sitcom, "The Good Life". It is a non-quadrant ideology, focused around personal self-sufficiency, seeing suburban living as no barrier to farming.

    Good Lifeism seeks to minimise the use of money, encouraging early retirement from taxable work to focus on personal farming, barter as a means of paying for goods and services, although does not reject money entirely. While Good Lifeism endorses Marx's idea of from each according to ability and to each according to need, it appears to be for almost spiritual reasons (akin to Ego-Communism), rather than because of concern for distribution of wealth, with UtAg taking immense pride and fulfillment in that which it has produced for itself. UtAg notably does not oppose private property, but puts great emphasis on making full and creative use of resources, where others might more readily dispose of them.

    But for all of UtAg's differences with modern societal norms, one of its defining characteristics is its co-existence with other ideologies, winning others round to its way of thinking by leading through example, rather than actively trying to gain political ground.



    • Utsoc.png Utopian Socialism - Quite right. Best to let people learn to share in their own time, and what better way than by setting a good example?
    • Farm.png Agrarianism - Nothing like producing food with your own hands, on your own land.
    • Apolit.png Apoliticism - Best not to get too politically heated. That's not fun for anyone.
    • Distributist.png Distributism - Family businesses, local shops, no big chains bullying everyone out of the market. We get along great.


    • Conserv.png Conservatism - Not really our thing. But Jerry and Margo are conservatives, and they're nice people really.
    • Agorismf.png Agorism - Counter-economics? Sounds good. But some of that stuff looks a bit illegal.




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