I consulted with a techie who estimated that the website I want for my organizing scheme would cost between two and five thousand to develop. At this point only two dozen people have responded, expressing interest in being included. Two to five thousand is more than I can justify spending on a plan that might be a total fantasy. So I am a bit stuck. It may be that there really are only a couple of dozen of my readers who would sign up for such an effort, in which case it can't fly [yes I know Jesus had only eleven, not counting Judas, but then he was the Son of God which has to count for something, right?]
I am going to explore other ways of being active and inviting my readers to be active. I still have been unable to reach anyone at OurRevolution, which is a bit of a bummer considering I gave them a thousand dollars as soon as I heard about them. Maybe this is just a little too early, what with folks fantasizing about an Electoral College revolt.
On a happier note, next year is the sesquicentennial of the publication of Das Kapital. Clearly attention must be paid, to steal a line from Arthur Miller. Any suggestions?