Mormon Values in the White House 

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Just read “Mitt, the Mormons & Me” [Aug. 16, City Weekly]. This is an interesting viewpoint to see in City Weekly. Maybe this story will do for City Weekly revenues what Vanocur did for Romney.

I have been waiting to see a story somewhere about what the Mormon value system would mean to the presidency. There are so many story lines.

Portland, Ore.

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