Slow Democracy; Local investing; and VBSR's Fall Conference
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Vermonter Susan Clark has co-authored the new book, Slow Democracy: Rediscovering Community, Bringing Decision Making Back Home.
Eric Becker is Chief Investment Officer at Clean Yield Asset Management in Norwich, on how to invest your money in local businesses, and how local businesses can attract local investment.
VBSR's Scott Buckingham previewed next week's VBSR conference.
Carl Etnier hosted.
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