In Montana, A Lesson for Democratic Presidential Hopefuls
By RICHARD BRODSKY

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — August 5, 2019 — Summering in Montana has intrinsic worth: Scenery, family, climate and a break from the routine we create for ourselves. It is also an opportunity to see the world through a different set of eyes. Those eyes in Montana are cast firmly on the 2020 presidential election, to precisely the same extent as …

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By RICHARD BRODSKY

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Scarsdale, NY, August 12, 2010 — Exactly 43 years ago, on a hot August day much like this one, two young women with summer jobs at Glacier National Park set off on camping trips from which they never returned. By sunrise the next morning, college students Julie Helgeson, from Albert Lea, Minn., and Michele Koons, from San Diego, were dead …

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