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Re: The future of the TS

Feb 08, 1997 05:59 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain

In message <>, C Kent
<> writes
>So what I want to know is this.  Are there any similar groups or movements
>within the TS worldwide attempting to do anything similar?  What has been
>done before along these lines, who can I hook up with to keep my morale up
>while I attempt this monumental feat? Are there others who would like to
>build on what we have started, or can we borrow from others?  Are their any
>members of the hierarchy anywhere in the world who want to see change?  Are
>they willing to work with local individuals and groups to help achieve it?

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