RE: Toward a new US-World dialogue

From: Steve Drew (
Date: Wed 11 Dec 2002 - 00:12:53 GMT

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    > Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 10:47:35 -0800
    > From: "Richard Brodie" <>
    > Subject: RE: Toward a new US-World dialogue
    > Lawry wrote:
    > <<The levels of pessimism that those who responded to the proposal
    > expressed
    > saddens me. There is so much potential for participation and
    > contribution.
    > I hope that this pessimism is transient. There is a big and wonderful
    > world
    > out there (despite the negatives that so easily capture our concern and
    > energy), full of resources and potential capability, of learning and of
    > joining with others to build better things than we can alone. It is to
    > this
    > world that we should be engaging ourselves.>>
    > Maybe we're doing it already. That's what America's all about, dude.
    > Roll out the red carpet and come join us in the glory of the
    > marketplace.

    The market place is indeed a fine place, but without readies to spend it is just window shopping. Most of the world is window shopping.
    > Richard Brodie



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