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Mark Solomon: After the Mid-Term Elections, Where Do We Go From Here?

When: Sunday, November 11, 2018, 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Where: Community Church of Boston • 565 Boylston Street • Boston

Mark Solomon, a renowned professor and speaker in the realm of international politics and U.S. foreign policy, will speak on where American politics is going afterwards after the mid-term elections. What will the future and political atmosphere look like? How will people and legislators react after the mid-term elections?

Mark Solomon, Professor Emeritus of History at Simmons College holds degrees in History from Wayne State University, University of Michigan and from Harvard University. He has written scores of articles on African American history, race and racism, U.S. foreign policy, globalization, and war and peace issues which have appeared in both scholarly and popular journals. Prof. Solomon has lectured in Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. He has also written and edited many books. He has served as National Co-Chair of the United States Peace Council and is a past member of the Presidential Committee of the World Peace Council. He is also a former National Co-Chair of The Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism (CCDS).  Prof. Solomon as has spoken at Community Church many times over the course of the last fifty years.

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