Ted Abram is a retired Oregon judge. He was a member of the Peace Corps in Guatemala and Liberia, West Africa. Having lived in Europe, Africa, and South America, he currently resides in Klamath Falls, Oregon and is the executive director of the American Institute for Full Employment. Originally, the primary focus of the organization was to provide work to people needing welfare, food stamps, and unemployment benefits. Through its initiatives, the organization was heavily involved in the 1996 welfare reform legislation and state reform initiatives.
Personal freedom for humanity is Mr. Abram’s pursuit. A world with free people thinking, speaking, creating, producing, competing, and exchanging ideas advances the world of commerce, science, and art. Personal freedom includes personal responsibility and respect for the freedom of all people.