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January 13, 2009

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Chrsitopher K. Travis

Walter,

I came here as a result of your posting on the google group, Transforming Transformation.

On my own blog Architecture of Life - I posted a 3-part series called "Transformative Economics", mostly a treatise about distinctions in language and personal responsibility - but it proposes a more positive conversation about the current economic situation.

I thought you might be interested in it. The posting is here -

http://architecture-of-life.blogspot.com/2008/12/revelatory-christmas-new-vision-for.html

I wrote the first post on Christmas day. Note this link only goes to the first post. The other two - that finish the piece - are linked from that one.

Christopher K. Travis

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