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Discussion on Democracy -- All Welcome!

From: Chris
Sent on: Saturday, February 27, 2010 2:09 PM
Join Others in a Lively Discussion on Democracy!

Surprising Ways Early Ideas About Democracy Are Relevant

Jim Ball will be leading at least two class discussions about democracy. Participants will be reading ���First Democracy: The Challenge of an Ancient Idea��� by Paul Woodruff. This concise book about real democracy in our government and in our relationships relates directly to one of the eight commitments of Ethical Culture���the democratic process is essential to our task. ���If it is not dangerous...if it does not ask us to consider changes that frighten the establishment, it is not about democracy.��� You need not have started reading the book to participate at the first class.

  • When: March 7, 21, further meetings TBD from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
  • Where: Green Hedges
  • Cost: $5 voluntary donation
  • Several copies of the book are available at Fairfax County Libraries, Available at online bookstores, and perhaps local bookstores (call first).
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