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|Vegetarians, Cuba-philes, and housing rights activists: the walking tour|
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|Date||Saturday October 27|
|Time||9:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
|info [at] TheCommonsSF.org|
the American Youth Hostel
312 Mason St.
(meet in the lobby)
*The surest way to help animals is to provide them habitat . . .
*The surest way to safeguard what's best of the Cuban experiment is to ensure colonial interests have dang little to no speculative interest in the land of Cuba . . .
*The surest way to provide people with a place to pitch their housing is to oblige those occupying land pay full land rent to community (with the result that land owners won't hoard desirable land).
Come along on a walking tour that should tease and please mind-walkers, meaning those interested in elegant solutions to hard-ass problems.
Activists seem to have avoided this walk like a plague, as though its proposal is just not worth marching for, so if you like to make more than a peep, but as an activist don't believe lobbying for an end to private income derived from mere ownership of the habitat others are willing to pay for is worth the while, then either think again or click BACK.
The walk is a survey of San Francisco social movement history that moves inexorably towards the assertion that public legislation socializing land values (and other monopoly values) is the fulfillment of all democratic movements down the ages.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Oct 23rd, 2018 5:44 PM