Some of you may remember that in 1895, the English novelist and historian Herbert George Wells, better known as H. G. Wells, invented – you know what he invented in 1895? You’ve heard of H. G. Wells? He invented The Time Machine. I’m going to borrow his time machine so that we can take a little journey back in time.

There’s room for all of you. No pushing or shoving. We’re going to travel back some 6,000 years, and if you’ve never done this before, it’s quite safe. Some of you might, to be sure, experience perhaps a degree of culture shock, but there’s really no reason to be afraid. We’re soon going to be arriving at our destination somewhere in the land of the ancient Gauls, which in our time is known as France. In fact, we’re already there. The machine is fast. We’re going to open the hatch of our time machine. We will all step out. As you can see, we are now in the middle of a dense forest of giant trees.

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For more than half a century Jay Stuart Snelson studied, thought, lectured, and wrote about freedom; personal, individual freedom. Snelson envisioned a viable solution to build a sustainable society based on win-win interaction: In order for one party to win, the other must win. This is diametrically opposed to the way it has always been done.