Tagged: Exponent gets political

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Exponent II’s Political Issue Now Online

It’s here! It’s here! After our Exponent II Gets Political Blog series, we are pleased to announce the online publication of our Fall 2012 issue (scroll to the bottom of the page). Hard copies...

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Poll: Political Leanings

Since this is a Mormon blog, and in America, at least, most Mormons tend to be politically conservative, I thought it odd that so few politically conservative Mormons contributed to our upcoming politically-themed issue of...

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Of Sharp-Tongues and Binders

One of the more interesting aspects of this presidential election has been to view Mitt Romney through the lens of Mormonism. Having been born and bred in this culture myself, it has been fascinating...

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Can’t we all just get along? (Or: On Zion)

When I first learned that Exponent was getting political, my initial thoughts were on my own political coming of age story, involving a specific experience on my mission, and several more specific experiences at...

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The Exponent Gets Political: Who Will You Vote For?

Since Mitt Romney running for president was the primary catalyst in creating this political issue, I can’t help but wonder who the U.S. citizens are voting for. If you are not a U.S. citizen,...

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Guest Post: Half the Church

by Lorie Winder (Lorie Winder has an MA in Humanities from BYU  and is the former editor of the Mormon Women’s Forum Quarterly, an LDS feminist publication.)     Last week’s nation-wide airing of...

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Guest Post: Policy, Practice, and Preventing Abuse

Guest post by Jessica F., who is studying educational psychology, international development, and religious studies.  She lives in England with her husband and four children. I wanted to share my feelings about the take Elder...