The Florida Veterans for Common Sense present a talk by Mel Goodman.

On Friday, November 1, 2019 FLVCS is bringing Mel Goodman to Sarasota to speak on the American Carnage arising from the Trump administration.

Again, FLVCS is sponsoring a talk by Mel Goodman. Mel is a foremost thinker on critical foreign policy issues and a national security and intelligence expert. He has written six books and published many articles. Mel’s latest book is Whistleblower at the CIA, An Insiders Account of the Politics of Intelligence.
7:00 pm9:30 pm

Fogartyville-Peace and Justice Center

525 Kumquat Court
Sarasota, FL 34236
941-545-5635

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  • Date: Nov 01 2019
  • Time: 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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Fogartyville-Peace and Justice Center
525 Kumquat Court

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Florida Veterans For Common Sense
Email
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Website
https://floridaveteransforcommonsense.org
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