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|From: 'Judith Wisdom (wisdompobox.upenn.edu)|
|Date: Tue, 19 Dec 1995 08:26:54 -0600|
Joani Blank's response to Tony R. was I thought very much in the spirit of many interested in coho, since I thought that in addition to increasing one's own well-being (why else would you do it?) coho is about doing things that increase other's as well; i.e., Armani clothes AND some people who are terrific and bright and lively and kind who may not aspire to or can afford Armani (but who would/could easily like and would welcome Armani clothed people, who are kind and coho-spirited, as coho neigbhors). I think it a pity that talk of this issue (primarily finding ways to make units affordable to some for whom it is not) has gotten tangled up in the oft-stultifying language of academic and old left/new left Marxist cliches. But while I dislike that language, I do hope the sentiment of Legal All - Lawyers about sticking to practical matters doesn't mean exclusion of some talk of how to achieve diversity and affordability. Judith Wisdom
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