By identifying with CESJ, you strengthen CESJ as an organization and inspire others to join. Basic membership dues cover the cost of sending you our introductory literature. Sustaining membership dues enable us to expand our global network, publish new writings on economic and social justice, and carry on our research and educational programs.
I, the undersigned, in applying for membership in the Center for Economic and Social Justice (CESJ), affirm that I have read, understand, and attest to the core values and code of ethics of CESJ and support all forms of broadened ownership which promote access to private property in the means of production as an inalienable right fundamental for personal sovereignty and for advancing economic and social justice.
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CESJ is an all-volunteer educational center, think tank and social action catalyst, whose membership is open to all persons who subscribe to our core values and code of ethics. CESJ is dedicated to those principles of private property and free enterprise that promote the sovereignty of every person. Dues and donations to CESJ are tax-deductible under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. A financial statement is available upon written request from the Virginia State Division of Consumer Affairs.