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Published on Sep 13, 2010
The 3rd 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. In this 3rd video, Person discusses the nation's educational system, Person's establishing and management of a paralegal school for 18 years, taught first at the post-graduate level, and then at the college level; and what needs to be done to create a more effective educational system (which you can predict is to have competition in education instead of large amounts of vig). Also, Person explains why the NYS Attorney General is the most powerful elected position in the United States (for 14 reasons), and Person's program for the creation of prosperity for residents and small businesses in any town, village, municipality or small city (or part of a city) which wants to create prosperity for itself. Finally, in this 3rd video, Person discusses how misguided self regulation has resulted in the creation of our Vig economy and near destruction of a viable, sustainable economy for the vast majority of Americans. In his 4th (final) video, Person explains what he would do if elected as NYS Attorney General to reform Wall Street, and what courses a law student should take to prepare themselves to create a law job for themselves upon graduation as an Attorney General for a town, village, municipality, city or county, or to give you the skills needed to make to run for election or appointment as Attorney General of your state. Person's websites of interest are carlperson.org; carlperson4NYAG.com; lawmall.com/electionissues; townattorneygeneral.com and myclads.com