San Francisco Public Library

Great Books Discussion Group

6:15 - 8:15

Noe Valley/Sally Brunn

Noe Valley Meeting Room

451 Jersey Street

This activity is sponsored by the Great Books Council of San Francisco, a non-profit educational organization whose mission is to provide the opportunity for all people to discover, discuss, and learn from outstanding works of writing and by the General Collections Department of San Francisco Public Library.

Every month we will read and discuss a famous short story, essay or speech. This month's selection is "Why Great Revolutions Will Become Rare" by Alexis de Tocqueville.

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