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30581: Will Our Empire Be Different?   NEW!

Empires destroy democracy. If we don’t know our history, we can’t slow this process. Editor/author Lapham knows the powerful roles of our moneyed elites, and shares eloquently his experiences with the incompatibility of money and democracy. We will read and review Age of Folly: America Abandons its Democracy, Lewis Lapham. New York: Verso, 2016.

 

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The following course is FULL and no longer taking registrations. Feel free to add yourself to the waitlist by clicking the "Add to Waitlist" button below. The office will notify you if there are seats that become available. Please do not attend courses for which you are waitlisted.

Schedule: 2 sessions, Mondays, June 3 and July 8, 12:30-2:00 pm, 1666 Coffman, Social Room, Falcon Heights
Course Leader(s): Robert Tapp
Use following link for map of location: 1666 Coffman
Seats: -3    Course Fee: $0.00
 

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