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This Internet simulation of Congress allows students to learn by doing as they draft legislation on important topics and try to get it passed. White officers were known to harass black people, disrupt black neighborhoods, and assault black women. These are in turn important to Jung's presumptions about synchronicity id oracular function. His ultimate vision is “to grow people inside their area of living towards their strengths so they can build up an economy that is sustainable and much more resilient to the crisis that we face right now.” See the blog post to read more about the proposal and a list of steps documenting the progress that has been made thus far.

Pages: 256

Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (June 22, 2009)

ISBN: 0199326312

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