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Toward a More Perfect Union
in an Age of Diversity


Acknowledgments


This discussion guide is the product of a truly collaborative venture. First off, we would like to thank Susan Delson, Andrea Simon, John Kuo Wei Tchen, and Sally Yerkovich of A More Perfect Union for their cooperative spirits and creativity.

We are also indebted to the many people who took the time to pore over drafts of this guide. These reviewers, whose names are listed here, offered constructive criticisms and useful suggestions. (Of course, any errors which remain are the responsibility of the writers of this guide.)

We would like to extend special thanks to the people who helped us to organize pilot study circles using this guide. We are grateful for the organizing efforts as well as the invaluable feedback and suggestions volunteered by the following people:

Thank you also to the pilot study circle participants. We value your contributions and appreciate the comments you provided on the evaluation forms. We only wish we could thank each person by name.

With gratitude,

Marci Reaven, Managing Director, City Lore
Martha McCoy, Executive Director, Study Circles Resource Center
Catherine Flavin, Coordinator of Research & Writing, Study Circles Resource Center

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