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Swimming Upstream: The Education of a Mormon Democrat

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Grant Hansen confronts head on the question: "Can a good Mormon be a Democrat?" His answer is a resounding "yes". Although Hansen was raised as a conservative Republican, he tells how he became a Democrat and how that journey did not take him away from his Church but closer to it.

Hansen discusses the First Presidency's letter reaffirming the Church's "political neutrality
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Kindle Edition, 268 pages
Published April 9th 2012 by Parley Street Publications
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Jordan Morales
May 06, 2013 Jordan Morales rated it it was amazing
Among the best history books on Idaho/National politics I've read. A wonderful mix of history that includes a great measure of deep thoughts of a spiritual nature. Grant J. Hansen takes you on his journey, educationally and experientially, to being a Mormon Democrat. For those who are LDS Dems in red states, this is a must read for it's positive, invigorating candor. For all others, it's full of perspective & benefit.

In this book you'll read about a great time in Idaho politics. A time when
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