Re: How Old are Roundtables
Ted Burton (tedbrtn@HOST-2.CYBERHIGHWAY.NET)
Sun, 10 Mar 1996 08:44:49 -0700
At 9:40 3.09.1996, Drew Mrenna wrote [and then apologized for being a
little smiley off topic]:
>If I remember my history correct, the first round table was in the days of
Not to mention town meetings in New England small towns, nor decision
making in the lodge of the band or clan leader in most tribes.
Discussing your problems and opportunities with a group sharing your
interests is a pricelessly valuable opportunity.
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