Diversity of limited local decision-making bodies

Access to decision-making structures results in being able to influence every level of society. At present it is difficult for the individual to understand and relate to the decisions made on various levels, from the local to the global, within mass society. Emerging "grass-root" groupings for local power are too diverse and parochial to be effective, and the average person lacks the means of making his individual vision known at all levels.
(D) Detailed problems