A Jann Plan: Creative Origins Advocacy/Teach Peace and Creative Accountability is a collection of essays generally focused on mental health. Gregg K. Jann uncovers original source points in music, Hollywood, legislation, and the internet. Jann reveals the original naming lark of the disease AIDS. We find the starting linchpin code of the internet was created by the same person as the AIDS acronym. This book attempts to give rightful credit to this innocent designer who has been suppressed since the Reagan era. This book also includes consumers in Jann's unheralded process. His course teaching Peace and Creative Accountability is a suggested ballot initiative we need. There exists a solution to make more authentic our economy and to source perspective designers. Author Gregg K. Jann loves his historic monument in Northern California where he crafts his blueprints for a made-up Peace Department and Customer Service/Hold Economy. Jann was a reformer of the authoritarian mental health hierarchy system through his designing mental health tax law and worked for a union negotiating consumer labor contract rights. His past decades of long suffering were philosophical lemonade, too fertile in his struggle for saintly living. Now, well, he's interested in women. Jann writes on his website and advocates for his sole proprietorship to provide mental health services and education. Jann is a survivor of two train wrecks, one a New York City subway runaway. Youthful outdoor adventures turned dangerous during his teenage years. Jann's first book is Bettering the World, a political science and philosophy collection.