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Moving beyond stereotypes

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Kudos to Jim Stiles for his essay on Old and New Westerners (HCN, 3/21/05: A look at the West, in the funhouse mirror). Right on target. For 12 years, I have been fortunate to be a member of a group of Old and New Westerners that has, not easily, gotten mostly beyond the typical attitudes Stiles portrays so well.

Norm Wallen, member, Diablo Trust
Flagstaff, Arizona

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