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Dear Paige,

It seems like the world is a political war zone lately. I want to believe that things will get better, but our environment is changing and our habits need to as well. The people who run our country are ignorant. Democracy is the only way that we can prevent our impending demise as a human race. I want the world to be a better place, and I am doing all that I can right now to make a change. Hopefully UVM will make me more self-aware and more in tune with my community, the country, and the world. I want to believe that one person can make an impact, but I’m not sure. I hope more women are in charge of this country. We are kick ass.

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