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Informal discussion w/ author James H. Lee on radical economics & everyday life



Join us for an informal discussion with visiting author James H. Lee .

From the back cover of his 2012 book "RESILIENCE AND THE FUTURE OF EVERYDAY LIFE":

Debt. Shrinking resources. Climate change. There's an awful lot of doom and gloom out there for the average person to contemplate. Fortunately, there is hope in the form of contemporary grassroots movements that restore self-reliance and community engagement. Generously filled with ideas and resources, Resilience provides a renewed sense of optimism and determination to create a better future today.

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If you "Click to LOOK INSIDE" on the book's Amazon page , you can read free of charge the first 3 chapters.


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When and Where:

This Saturday anytime from noon till 2:30 at the upstairs room at Fair Grinds Coffee house, off Esplanade in Mid-City.


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For more info, call/text/email Guy Henoumont anytime at[masked] or at [masked]


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  • Hal H.

    Jim Lee is looking at the future.

    February 20, 2013

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