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'I Did Not Want To Be On The Side Of History That Remained Silent'

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"What I hope for more than anything is a restoration of a bipartisan way"that we do things to get solutions to the problems we face today. Compromise is not a dirty word. It is an expectation that is demanded by the people"for the people"by their representatives."

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Joanne Boyer is founder and editor of Wisdom Voices Press and Her first book is "Wisdom of Progressive Voices." Joanne has worked in professional communications for more than 30 years. Her career includes being the first (more...)

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