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Good to see your blog on Raw Materials Economics, RME, which I came to through a link on the NORM site.
I am interested in the practical advocacy of parity as policy, as the “missing link” so to speak as regards fundamentally addressing our economic problems. Obviously knowledge of RME is in the minority at this time, but I believe that the conditions are right towards igniting such a challenge and movement.
A strategy of education and recruitment is the beginning, that will then require an
updating of data, facts, and salient arguments all towards supporting and defending against attack, the critical legislation.
Hopefully will have a growing body of supporters who can infuse new energy into this missing movement.
I am a citizen activist in Vermont, responsible for initiating a movement for food sovereignty here. I run a weekly conference call amongst a scattered group of folks, in the U.S. and beyond, where parity has been advocated as part of an economic recovery program.
Anyways I thought I would reach out. Keep up your work!
that’s a nice post.Thanks for sharing.
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