“I have fond memories of being a Lamanite, even though the LDS Church now seems to be moving towards the notion that the only good Lamanite is a dead Lamanite – one who lived centuries ago in an undisclosed location. The Church no longer seems to have much use for living Lamanites” (Hugo Olaz, “How is that ye could have fallen! A requiem for the Lamanites,” Sunstone, December 2007, p.69).
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