To Be Sovereign? or Not To Be? - with Dale Nathan

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Join Toni No Bologny and Dale Nathan as we embark on everything Sovereign.

Meet Dale Nathan:
...born July 4, 1934 in Louisville, Kentucky. He graduated from the University of Kentucky earning a B.A. in political science and psychology, and LL.B., both in 1957. He financed his college education by working over 20 hours per week & by earning scholarships. Dale served in the U. S. Army Medical Reserve during the Korean War. Dale’s post college employment includes working as an administrative assistant for the City of Louisville Welfare Department, working as a contracts administrator for the U. S. Air Force (civilian), as a contracts manager for government contractors, & as a law editor for a law publication.

Dale came to Minnesota in 1965 and was general counsel for the Sperry Univac Division of the Sperry Rand Corporation in St. Paul/Eagan, Minnesota for 13 years. Dale also served as an adjunct professor and co-director of the Government Contracts Program at the College (now University) of St. Thomas Graduate School of Business teaching contract management, government contract law, and negotiations. He also taught Religions of the World in two religious schools for over 10 years at Temple Israel in Minneapolis and Temple of Aaron in St. Paul.

He was admitted to the practice of law in Minnesota in its state & federal courts, before the United States Supreme Court and several federal courts of appeals, & the United States Court of Federal Claims. A past president of the National Contract Management Association, Dale was part of a historical cultural exchange mission in China in May-June, 1989 when the famous Tienanmen Square Massacre happened. For more than 30 years, Dale was a volunteer attorney with a legal aid organization. One of Dale’s lawsuits was chosen by Law & Politics Magazine as one of the eleven lawsuits of the year for 2000. Dale is not currently practicing law. He is devoting all of his time to writing & legal system reform.

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