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Tweet “THE PEOPLE AND THE STATE OF ALASKA” by Gordon Epperly (Jun. 11, 2011) —Editor’s Note: The following treatise was emailed to the members of the Alaska legislature on the evening of June 9, 2011 as well as Alaska Attorney General John J. Burns. Mr. Epperly’s two websites are here and here. ——————————– COME NOW [...]
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