They've Got a Bridge for Sale 

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The “Broken Bridge” article in the June 14 Guest Opinion section of City Weekly was informative and well-written.

Missionaries, Mormons bearing plates of food to non-Mormon neighbors, Mormons bringing in their non-Mormon neighbor’s garbage can, the 2002 Olympics, Mitt Romney—to borrow Gregory A. Clark’s words: They are all bridges to build to LDS.org.

George A. Klipper
Washington Terrace

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