How to have a successful educational meeting on a public issue
"Citizens have the duty and opportunity to help make many group decisions about complex issues. Group decisions are those in which two or more people have a voice or vote. The decision may affect one or more persons individually or as a group. The group decision may be of a local nature such as a change in school tax, or a state problem such as water legislation, or a national issue such as commodity referendum. Increasingly there are issues that relate to broad national programs such as energy, international trade or other complex subjects about which there must be broad public support before much can be accomplished by legislation."--First page.
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