What is your counsel?

Question: What should we be doing that we’re not?

Jeanne Shaheen: Well I think if each of us were just able to make a difference in our immediate circumstances, that that would help. I think collectively we need some changes from our leaders in order to address some of the big challenges that we face. And we have been more successful at different times in this country’s history then I think we are right now.

Recorded on: 6/13/07

 

Jeanne Shaheen encourages us to act locally and hold your leaders accountable.

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