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I let Don [Jackson] take the lead in the class. He started with news items. I then talked and questioned on the agricultural topics. Then Don went on with a discussion of the Third World. At one point Jim came by. He told us that some of the people arriving tomorrow on the boat had been quite undisciplined; I gathered they spent money wildly across the country as they traveled towards the embarkation point. Jim emphasized the importance of our giving them a positive image of Jonestown and letting them know the legal difficulties they would have faced if they had stayed in the States. The class lasted an hour and a half. 041b061a72