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City Club Missoula, Electric Power Distribution In Montana, 3/17, Missoula

Join in a community dialogue about electric power distribution to Montana communities. Learn what costs are involved, what potential sources of power are available, what the potential economic impacts could be on Montana ratepayers, as well as related pricing issues.

UM professor, Clem Work discusses lack of free speech during WWI at City Club Missoula. March Event will be on Electric Power Distribution

The sloganizing, demonization of the enemy, the public rhetoric and general atmosphere of fear and hysteria after the attacks recalled the days in Montana that incited a mob in Lewistown to burn German textbooks in a bonfire on Main Street.

City Club Missoula “Liberty Can Wait” By UM Journalism Professor Clem Work , 2/17, Missoula, Montana

"Two weeks after the United States declared war on Germany in 1917, the town of Lewistown, Montana, held a patriotic parade. Less than a year later, a mob of 500 Lewistown residents burned German textbooks in Main Street while singing The Star Spangled Banner.

City Club Missoula – Community: “Keep Lolo Resort Talks Open” & Public Amenity or Private Playground?

Williams said someone “up high” came to the developer and asked if he “wanted to slam-dunk this… they’d like to do it for the development.”

City Club January Forum To Discuss Lolo Peak Development, 1/20, Missoula

2006-01-20 11:30:00 Governor’s Room of the Florence Building, 111 N. Higgins. Contact: Reservations – 721-9620, or by email to [email protected], on or before Jan. 16 Development around Lolo Peak is the topic for discussion at…

City Club Missoula – TY Robinson Highlights Missoula History, 12/16, Missoula

Ty Robinson will share memories, experiences and stories based on an
eclectic collection of characters, citizens and commerce which illustrate
Missoula’s rich diversity today.

City Club Missoula, "The Internet And The Missoula Economy", 11/18, Missoula

Don’t miss this opportunity to examine, along with Jonathan Weber, what the
Internet economy means for the fabric of our community.

City Club Missoula Mayoral Candidates Forum, 10/21, Missoula, MT

2005-10-21 11:30:00 The Governor’s Room of the Florence Building, Missoula, MT Contact: [email protected], 721-9620 City Club Missoula invites you to discuss issues of importance to Missoula with the candidate for mayor, Friday, October 21, at…

City Club Missoula: Access To Justice Forum, 9/23, Missoula, MT

2005-09-23 11:30:00 Governor’s Room, 2nd Floor, Florence Building, 111 N. Higgins Ave. Contact: RSVP by Monday, September 19 to [email protected] or call 721-9620. City Club Missoula invites you to participate in a discussion of barriers…

Former Sen. George McGovern touts legacy of liberalism in America at City Club Missoula luncheon

The nation needs a strong conservative movement to balance the liberal force, he said. What it doesn’t need, he said, is people claiming to be either neo-conservative or neo-liberal.