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Glenn Beck Fusion August 2005 Volume 1 Issue 2 PDF
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Glenn Beck Fusion August 2005 Volume 1 Issue 2 PDF

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Our first issue that was mailed to subscribers! This issue was themed as our “Rights & Responsibilities” issue, with a heavy focus on the responsibilities. We feature a predictive obit on JK Rowling, a new “Bill of Responsibilities,” and a feature by Stu entitled “Nice Guys are Losers.”
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