future (verb). Definition: (in politics) to speculate on what might happen, in order to encourage the belief that it already has.
Example: “Well I think if you are convinced, and remember we are “futuring” here, if you make a decision and you believe that it is the right political decision to make, then you have to stand over it.”
Living History 1968-74
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