Can Vermonters Regain Control of Vermont's Future? (or who has taken
control of Vermont from whom?)-- or -- "Take Back "Vermont" (by whom
One must decide which Vermonters should regain control over whom.
Certainly the old time Vermonters (let's define them as families in
Vermont, pre-Viet Nam war -- I first wrote WWII, but realized that is
ancient history now) find themselves in a minority, compared to the all
the other legal residents of the state. Does that make the majority any
less "Vermonters" than the minority? I think not.
"Kristin M. Peterson-Ishaq" wrote:
> Apologies for duplicate messages.
> This is a reminder that on Thursday, January 31, 2002, the Center for
> Research on Vermont is sponsoring Research-in-Progress Seminar #159, "Can
> Vermonters Regain Control of Vermont's Future?" by Hervey Scudder,
> principal investigator of the Northeast Center for Social Issue Studies
> (<http://www.necsis.org>) and Matthew Hoffman, graduate student, Cornell
> The free, public presentation begins at 7:30 p.m., in Memorial Lounge on
> the main floor of the Waterman Building at UVM.
> For more information, please call the Center for Research on Vermont at
> 802-656-4389 or email <[log in to unmask]> or visit the Center's Web site at
> Kristin Peterson-Ishaq
> Coordinator, Center for Research
> on Vermont and Vermont Studies
> Mail: 589 Main Street
> University of Vermont
> Burlington, VT 05401-3439
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