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Published on Sep 12, 2010
The 1st video of a series of 4 related videos for law students to explain how they can create a job for themselves upon graduation as an "attorney general" for a town, village, city or county, a highly sophisticated job cutting across many disciplines of law, to protect the rights of residents and small businesses at public expense, and to support the candidacy of New York attorney Carl E. Person who is on the ballot as the Libertarian candidate for NYS Attorney General in the elections to be held on November 2, 2010. Person's concept of the "Vig Economy" is explained, as well as why, in Person's opinion, the NYS Attorney General is the most powerful elected office in the country. Person also explains how the economy can be reformed without any new statutes or Constitutional amendments or federal/state grants through creating systems to increase self employment and small business opportunities, starting at the bottom (in a single town or village), to create prosperity for such municipality and its residents and small businesses, followed by a grass roots expansion of prosperity to other towns, villages, cities and counties and their residents and small businesses. This part I of the 4 part series covers an introduction to and summary of all 4 videos; an explanation of Person's concept of the "Vig Economy" with many examples of "vig", and an explanation of why law enforcement is necessary to establish the lines which business should not cross, so that there can be effective competition, and to prevent large corporations from becoming too large to fail. What Person will do as NYS Attorney General if elected is discussed in one or more of the other 3 videos. Person's websites of interest are carlperson.org; carlperson4NYAG.com; lawmall.com/electionissues; townattorneygeneral.com and myclads.com