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October 4, 2012

'Where is America Headed'

PORTSMOUTH – On Thurs., October 11, at 7:00 p.m., there will be a discussion titled, “Where is America Headed: A Non-Partisan View” with International Journalist Ethan Casey at the Portsmouth Public Library, 175 Parrot Ave., Portsmouth.

Having written books on Pakistan and Haiti, Ethan Casey now turns his attention to another society struggling through a time of confusion, economic and political distress and uncertainty, and transition: America.

He is driving clockwise around the US in Autumn 2012, visiting small towns and big cities in every region, meeting with Americans and documenting their worries, hopes and stories.

This event is free and open to the public, and is being sponsored by the Portsmouth Public Library, Seacoast Peace Response, and NH Peace Action. For more information, contact amyla44@juno.com or visit www.seacoastpeaceresponse.org.

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