November 13, 2017

This folder holds some observations from lessons learned over a lifetime. They might turn out to be useful. Who knows?

The "ongoing" senate essay is of primary importance and, hence, has taken precedence over the Merckelbach history. Its full title is On Guard in a Global Environment.

Directly associated with it are two essays that explore, respectively, governments' moral compass and what the workings of government might be like if our Canadian Senate expands its invesigative role to an investigative, anticipating, and critical problem-solving role; an expansion to initiate urgently needed action to soften major global threats to our country's well-being

Me and my Senate might convey some insight about the difficulties of this ordinary citizen to get his message through to our Senate.

The other essays—Lesson from Leo and Propaganda—as well, are perceived as relevant to the senate essay.

July 29, 2018

The Letters to my Dawson Colleagues, written in 1990, served—and, I hope, still serve—a twofold purpose. One, I wished, by speaking out openly, to protect myself from any revenge by the Dawson College administration for having addressed a College Board meeting about some practices I considered unsavory. And, two, I wished to express personal observations and feelings about the educational process. v.E.

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