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Dr. Howard Richards: Education: Yale, Oxford, Harvard, University of California at Santa Barbara, University of Toronto, Stanford Law School (USA). Three doctorates: Education, Philosophy and Law. First volunteer attorney for the late Cesar Chavez in Delano, California 1960s. Speaks/writes: English, Spanish, French, German (I think Latin also counts). Travels via mass transit, bicycle, carpool and walking in exclusion of a personal automobile since 1990the first U.S. war in Iraq; chooses to eat from low on the food chain (vegan); resides in Chile (before, during and shortly after the Chilean Military coup d'e'tat of the democratic socialism in 1973; again since 2003) with activist partner, Caroline Richards. Current writing Letters from Quebec: Understanding the Global Economy; Dilemmas of Social Democracies; The Evaluation of Cultural Action: Gandhi and the Future of Economics; Re-thinking the Economy: Unbounded Organization.

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(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, June 8, 2020
Note 6: Making the Impossible Possible - Howard Richards We all know too that nothing is really going to change police brutality, racism, militarism, hypocritical foreign policies, or any of a host of other evils until there Is a more just distribution of wealth, a more ethical use of property, and an economic system powered by a different dynamic. In general, the "deep structure" has to change.
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Howard Richards: Embrace Communities to Save Humanity and the Planet The unbounded idea includes sharing surplus, moving resources from where they are not needed to where they are needed, following the ancient principle Pope Francis is now repeating in one form or another almost every day: our property belongs not only to us but also to those we can help with our surplus. It is about peace by peaceful means; education, ethics, and practical applications; more than about playing hardball with pe