Mark Lutter of the Charter Cities Institute has compiled a list of examples of social change.
The list is wide-ranging, and there’s no requirement that changes be positive — merely that a group of people tried to change a system and succeeded.
I’ll post the current entries here for easy skimming:
The Fabian Society
The repeal of the Corn Laws
The Mont Pelerin Society
The Meiji Restoration
Prohibition in the United States
Progressivism in the United States
The creation of the Soviet Union
The transition from Roman Republic to Roman Empire
The Bretton Woods conference
The Tiananmen Square uprising
The French Revolution
The modern environmental movement
The Federalist Society
What are some examples Mark should add?
Personally, I’m most interested in examples that:
Involve movements on the approximate scale of EA, and/or
Involved changes being made carefully and with attention to detail, to the overall benefit of those affected.