The End of Systemic Change?

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The End of Systemic Change?

Postby JerryB » Wed Jan 11, 2012 11:11 pm

I haven't seen any meeting requests or times in the calendar, although the Constitution class is going on. Is anyone interested in starting this up again? If so when and where?

I would still like to explore solutions to the problems of the community, state, and nation.

I am trying to start a group of people to discuss these problems and then write letters to the papers and magazines etc.

The theme would be Solutions for the 99%. See" viewtopic.php?f=33&t=711

If anyone is interested please respond to Jerry Brule at:
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