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  • Jun 24-30, 2010
  • Vol. 27, No. 6

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  • Author/Illustrator E.D. Pederson
  • Author/Illustrator E.D. Pederson

    E.D. Pedersen combined his gothic illustrations with poetry he wrote when he was a gay teenager living in rural Spring City, to create his novel, Enigmatarium ...
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  • Neighbor Against Neighbor

    Prior to its demonization, President Kennedy in 1960 defined the word “liberal” this way: “[a liberal is] someone who looks ahead and not behind ...
  • Liberals Need a Voice

    Thanks to gerrymandering by the Utah State Legislature, Utah’s congressional districts have been redrawn to the point that a moderate politician, let alone a liberal, can be elected to Congress

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