I graduated from York University's Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Ontario with my Bachelor's degree. I first became interested in political economy when I was in elementary school. The rather severe depression in the early 1990s hit my family really hard; this got me interested in trying to figure out what to do to prevent or at least minimize the hardship of unemployment. I don't think I can say that I know the answer or answers, but I think I have gotten closer to what should be done. My experiences sitting on the Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario Public Library Board and working at Brock University have been the two more recent influences on me. They made me despise authority as the jailer of the mind. I noticed that my natural response to being ordered around--especially when I thought that the orders were silly--was to rebel.


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