Jun 05, 1996 07:00 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <email@example.com>, alexis
dolgorukii <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>The TSA has for too long been monopolized by a small and
>exclusive "power group". Many of us (you and Sy Ginsberg for example) are
>protesting this fact. Now if people like you, or Sy, who would be an equally
>great choice for president won't run for not only the Presidency but to
>replace all National Officers with independent people, and the Board as
>well, then the TSA will not last very much longer. In fact, if American
>Democracy were working as originally planned, office holders, would be just
>ordinary citizens representing their fellow. The exact same thing is true
>about the TSA and it's office holders.
If I understand Sy correctly, it may be that the laws of Illinois (or
even Federal law) could be in direct conflict with the articles of
association of the T.S. (Adyar) - which would put the TSA in a similar
situation to Canada ... if so, one of them would have to change, or the
TSA would have to quit being a Section under Adyar rules ...
Gibber gibber gibber ...
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