- If you read the details below, you will see that we had intended to interview 400 people for this study, The Possible Human In The Possible Society, by December 31, 2016.
- We interrupted our efforts last summer, however, as the presidential election campaign had, by then, become so heated it became next to impossible to obtain “rational, unemotional” responses to our questionnaire.
- We hope to resume our study someday, in the near future. However, our society and its political underpinnings have now become increasingly chaotic. Thus we wish to, now, update you on one of the most outstanding findings of our study as follows.
Question One: What is your vision for a healthfully functioning U.S.A.? Answers were varied here.
Question Two: Presidential role: What – in your view -- should be the primary role of the President of the United States in running this country to support your vision for a healthfully functioning U.S.A?
Answer to Question Two: Better than 85% of interviewees had this one basic answer: To unite the people of the country.
The Study of the Possible Human and the Possible Society in the Society Within a 100 Mile Radius of the Washington, D.C. White House
(Original draft: January 15, 2009, revised August 1, 2011)
Objective: To discover to what extent various individuals and sub-groups within a given locale embody the characteristics necessary to be active agents of community unity in the U.S.A.
Minimum interviewees needed -- 400 by December 31, 2016!
Study to be conducted over the coming four years, January1, 2012 -- December 31, 2016. The names of all interviewees are kept strictly confidential and become the joint property of the New Horizons Support Network, Inc. and Ms. Rosen-Jones.
To participate in this study or for further information on it, Ms. Rosen-Jones can be reached at her cell phone, 240.409.5347, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hoped for outcome: Discovering that Gandhi’s quote, as follows, is actively embodied by the majority of the citizens of the U.S.A.:
“We do best to begin by carving out territories or zones of peace in our personal relations where violence and deceit won’t be used.” Mahatma Gandhi
(Copyright, M. Anastasia Rosen-Jones, January, 2009)
Study developed by and conducted under the supervision of M. Anastasia Rosen-Jones (Bio information at: http://anastasiastoryteller.blogspot.com/p/anastasias-bio-update-2.html). Also see Anastasia The Storyteller blog