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What You See is Not What You Get — The Lessons of Thomas Starr King

What do lectures on the topics of "Sight and Insight," "Substance and Show," and "Socrates" have to do with winning the Civil War and saving the nation? Between 1860 and 1864, Thomas Starr King crushed secessionists and copperheads in California and immeasurably advanced the union cause. He did this by organizing citizens on the highest level, igniting patriotic fervor and uplifting people to recognize their creative potential.

Join us on Saturday for a thought-provoking discussion of why this is of great relevance for all of us today.

Andrea Ingraham