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Well obviously you didn’t read the Hints. Or you’re just having a Big Mac attack.
You’re almost part of the Shopulist movement.
Joe’s appreciates your business.
Joe’s has great salads and desserts too.
Joe’s plans to open shops in your area.
You’re exercising your power to change the world AND enjoying a great sandwich.
You want a milkshake with that?
When you vote for a candidate, you do your research. When you shop for Lower True Cost you should:
Populism is defined by Webster as a belief in the rights, wisdom, or virtues of the common people.
We define Shopulism as the belief in the rights, wisdom, or virtues of the common people to make well-informed decisions about their purchases, and to exercise their purchasing power to protect their democratic rights, their economic rights and to protect the planet on which they live.
So what is Lower True Cost all about? It’s about the uncountable reasons we buy things, and the even more reasons we choose one product or service over another. The Lower True Cost Revolution tries to get citizens to consider the “true & total costs” of their purchases to themselves, their families and the rest of the world.
This is one of a series of “starter quizes” for the Lower True Cost Shopulist Movement. Their goal is to help you get in the habit of doing the research necessary to be well-informed about the consequences of your purchases. We hope you then use the information you gather to exercise your power to change the world via Lower True Cost Shopulism.
Which is the “lower true cost choice” when it comes to economic justice?
Which is “lower true cost choice” when it comes to climate change?
Would you like to see brands advertise the information you need to determine that they are a Lower True Cost choice?
Which is “lower true cost choice” to keep jobs in your community?
Which is the “lower true cost choice” for energy conservation?
Which is the “lower true cost choice” for monitoring GMOs, pesticides & herbicides in your food?