Jim Wilson taught history and economics for nearly fifty years before retiring to the Upper Valley. He lives in Strafford, VT, and has taught numerous courses on how our economy works and the challenges it faces. While very much an amateur, travel and photography have been lifetime hobbies. He believes in sharing good ideas and practices.
Course Title: 1973: 1973: A Critical Turning Point. What Ever Happened to the Post-WWII Promise?
What a great course! Well-planned presentations. Great group discussions. A vast amount of information was shared.
Jim was well organized. Members of the class remained engaged throughout the course.
Course Title: Is U.S. Democratic Capitalism Sustainable? (Spring Term 2022)
Learned a lot. Made me think, analyze, and assemble my thoughts on important current and historical political and social issues.
Jim's supporting material on the screen was superb, as expected. Much of the material was not only assembled but created by Jim.
Course Title: Is Democratic Capitalism Sustainable? (Winter Term 2022)
I enjoyed this course. The reading was stimulating, and I learned a great deal.
Jim did a great job sticking to the course outline and incorporating the course text into the discussion.