“Fourth, we are cooperative. We know the value of trusting and loving our neighbors, and what happens when we don’t.
“Fifth, we yearn to be free. So much of the struggle in the history of education in Utah was over real or perceived denials of freedom.
“Sixth, we are an efficient people; we are a people of “best practices.”
“Seventh, we are generous and charitable. We seek earnestly for the welfare of our neighbors, especially as it pertains to the education of their children.
“And, finally, we are family people. We respect the autonomy of our families. We honor stable families and call upon them to help the struggling ones.”
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