“Prejudices are like heavy furniture in a Conestoga wagon on the Oregon Trail. In order to keep them moving forward, sometimes you have to toss them out, even if they are family heirlooms.”
— Duncan Dayton
From his 1987 publication “Out West: An American Journey”
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Author: Michael Banks
I'm a freelance writer and editor currently at work on completing the first draft of my first novel. I'm also an award-winning journalist with over 30 years spent at newspapers in Kentucky, North Carolina and Mississippi.
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