Category: history

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Making History

A few weeks ago I recorded an interview with Exponent II founder Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. She read some passages from her latest book, Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History and she answered my questions about...

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honor

i live a very secure life. i have my moments of personal insecurity–as many as most, a few less than some, a few more than others. i’ve experienced enough cognitive dissonance to spin me...

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Exponent II Classics: Ward Transit

This is my favorite time of year in a transient ward. We’ve been through the fall and holidays together. People feel comfortable with each other, and while they may be making plans for schooling,...

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Making Women's History

A few weeks ago I interviewed Exponent II Founding Mother Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. She read some passages from her latest book, Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History, and she answered my questions about historical writing...

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Romney and Exponent II

Peggy Fletcher Stack has an intriguing article on “Bishop” Romney today, including the following: Not everyone shared that positive view of Romney. Though somewhat progressive in his approach, Romney was still a product of...

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Exponent II Classics: One Czech Christmas

One Czech Christmas Wanda West Badger Beacon Heights, Utah Vol. 25, No. 1 (Fall 2001) It was Friday, December 21, 1990, the shortest day of the year. Heavy snow had fallen throughout the night...

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Exponent II Classics: The Interview

The Interview Judy H. Wright Missoula, Montana Volume 17, Number 4 (1993) The interview I remember most vividly was not one about a Church calling but one for an account executive position with a...