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My Hubbook on Fixing What is Broken

Updated on November 11, 2017
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Jack is currently a volunteer at the Westchester County Archives. Jack has worked at IBM for over 28 years.

Introduction

My forth Hubbook is a collection of my hubs that relate to my ideas on fixing various problems. America is a work in progress for over 200 years. Over time, I will append to this as I develop more solutions. It is part of American Exceptionalism to deal with problems head on.

Started: March 2015

Current: August 2015

To Preserve and to Protect...

Summary

My solutions to some of the problems that exist today. It may not see the light of day. I decided to put them down for my own satisfaction. Perhaps, someday in the future, we can look back and see what could have been.

© 2015 Jack Lee

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      Jack Lee 2 years ago from Yorktown NY

      Ron, I've created 3 hubbooks so far and working on the 4th. I find it helps to organize some of my hubs. Thanks for checking in.

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      Ronald E Franklin 2 years ago from Mechanicsburg, PA

      The idea of a hubbook is an intriguing concept. I'll be interested in seeing how it works for you.