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‘Speak Lowder’ Still Plainsman’s Most Memorable Front Page

There have been some pretty memorable Plainsman front pages recently.

But arguably the most memorable (and controversial) graced the Dec. 3, 1998 issue, which was published at the (long) height of Bowdengate (and won editor Lee Davidson the Scholastic Press Freedom Award).


Via Austin Phillips.

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