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This rebate website is one of about 70 or so websites by attorney Carl E. Person. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and has more than 40 years of litigation experience, primarily in antitrust, commercial and civil rights cases. The websites of greatest interest to users of this rebate website should be:

(i) Attorney Person's website about using a "town attorney general" to represent a small town or village and its residents and small businesses against the numerous and continuing violations of law by major corporations that are illegally taking away the jobs, property values, and standard of living from residents, and illegally putting local small businesses out of business. See Town Attorney General Website;

(ii) Attorney Person's website for his book "Saving Main Street and Its Retailers" in which the concept of the "Town Attorney General" was first introduced. See Website for Saving Main Street and Its Retailers;

(iii) Chapter 30 (the final chapter) of Attorney Person's book Saving Main Street and Its Retailers in which the author summarizes the book, at Chapter 30, "Putting It All Together";

(iv) Attorney Person's campaign poster in his efforts to become mayor in many of the nation's 18,500 towns and villages, so that he can appoint himself or someone else the "Town Attorney General", at Thumbnail of Person's Campaign Poster with His 15 Campaign Issues for Small Towns and Their Residents and Local Businesses; and, finally,

(v) Attorney Person's election issues website describing his 15 issues for implementation in the nation's 18,500 towns and villages to maximize the standard of living for their residents and local businesses, at Attorney Person's Election Issues Website.

Attorney Carl E. Person may be reached at office telephone number 212-307-4444 or by mail to Carl E. Person, 325 W. 45th Street - Suite 201, New York, NY 10036-3803, or by email to by email to him Email to Website Editor/Attorney Carl E. Person

All communications will receive a response from Mr. Person, as well as a probable request by him to get your help in having a town attorney general appointed by your town, village, county or other municipal government. See Election Issues and Default Candidacy for Mayor in 18,500 Towns and Villages.