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February 10, 2005

Reminder tonight: Transforming the Work of People Beguiled by the Corporate State

Old Stories, New Struggles:
Transforming the Work of People Beguiled by the Corporate State

Who:
Richard Grossman, Program on Corporations, Law & Democracy
Thomas Linzey, Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund

When: 7:00 P.M., Thursday evening, February 10th, 2005

Where: Trinity United Methodist Church
    6512 23rd Ave. NW in Ballard

Cost:
    Free or $5 suggested donation if you can afford it

Abstract:

    Over the past century, endless single-issue civic activism has enabled the few to rule the many more efficiently.

    We the People have not been organizing to make the ground rules for governing. That’s what corporate strategists have been doing.

    Corporate strategists don’t see the cosmos – let alone bluebirds, oatmeal, pigs, chickens, rivers, genes, work, children, money – like the rest of us do. So if you are an Earthling who senses the nation’s ground rules are rancid, you’re not crazy. Lethal, rights-denying and destructive mastery by the corporate few is certifiably legal…and culturally privileged.

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