The Girl Who Owned a City Topics for Discussion

O.T. Nelson
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Does Lisa have a right to own the city of Glenbard, even though she could not have built it alone or maintained it alone?

Is Lisa right that voting is bad?

What will happen to Glenbard after Lisa is gone? Who will run it? What prevents a less kind ruler from taking over?

Lisa puts in her constitution a provision that, to leave Glenbard, you must be free of debt. Who decides how much is owed to Glenbard by a person? Who decides whether that decision is reasonable?

What qualifies as "earning" something? What do the different characters earn, and how?

Craig thinks that Lisa attracts violence through her militia and her city. Is he right?

Nothing like Lisa's city, or even the Grand Avenue coalition, has sprung up in any of the nearby cities. Why not?

What is Lisa's attitude to religion and prayer in the...

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