Because transparency is lacking, the members are being disenfranchised, and the effort to take on Chicago as our publisher continues, I am going to make public the relevant documents I receive. Remember, members are part of the Business Session at the Annual Meeting, and by our constitution and by-laws the members in session are the legislative branch of ASALH. We cannot make decisions without information and when the board fails to be transparent, then they are actually violating the federal law known as Sarbanes Oxley (2002).
- Gilbert’s Attempt to Pretend that he did not make $100,000 the reason for going to the University of Chicago. He gives us, however, no other reason.
- Sharon Harley’s Statement to Members about Chicago