Tag Archives: economics

  1. Occupy Zarahemla


    January 20, 2013 by J. Madson

    It’s finally up. My paper entitled “‘Occupy Zarahemla’: Book of Mormon Leaders and the Prophetic Voice of Dissent and Critique” …
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  2. MITT ROMNEY: a Remedy or a Diagnosis?


    September 6, 2012 by J. Madson

    Guest post from Boris Anisimov (original at his blog) In November 2012 we are anticipating the sequel to the much-talked-about …
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  3. Occupy Wall Street/ SLC Stage 2: The Power of a Story


    November 2, 2011 by Ron Madson

    “The story of the Bible, and the power that it possesses, is a better story than any of the power …
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  4. In Defense of Christmas

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    December 25, 2010 by tristan savage

    In honor of Christmas, and in the spirit of a Holiday Without Marketing, here is Annie Leonard with “The Story …
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  5. Not Your Average French Communist Mormon: A Short History of Louis A. Bertrand


    June 22, 2010 by The Mormon Worker

    By Richard McClellan “The events of my life have been such . . . that my Autobiography, if ever I …
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  6. Right meets Left in Food Self-Reliance


    February 5, 2010 by Jason Brown

    Today I was browsing through Glenn Beck’s website which I occasionally do, just to keep an eye on Brother Beck. …
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  7. How (not) to help Haitians


    January 16, 2010 by tristan savage

    With new reports of corporate interest in using the Haitian earthquake as a chance to reshape the country’s economy and …
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