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Kevin Avram

Co-founder of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation in 1988-1989, Mr. Avram was instrumental in launching and developing the Prairie Centre from 1993-1997. He is currently working with Nebraska-based Americans in Motion, a pro-citizenship association that provides people with information on policy matters.


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Throughout history, great men and great women have not always been those who have been stronger, smarter, faster, or wiser. Some have been weak, challenged with infirmity, or disadvantaged in some other way. The quality that drove them was a set of convictions or guidelines that had been seared on their consciousness -- principles of truth, right and wrong that literally held on to their hearts and defined their lives. The birthing of great nations and great things have been presided over by such people. People of conviction are always present at such events.