Letter From the Editor

Dear Readers,

There is a right way to engage in political discussion. We strive to engage in productive ways–we take positions and support them without demonizing those who disagree. We deeply appreciate those who engage with us by reading and by submitting feedback. Unfortunately, last month some decided to engage with the Political Review in a different way. Multiple Political Review posters and copies of the February issue were removed from the racks. We received no objections to our cover, which would have been an appropriate measure for anyone who felt the covers and posters were inappropriate. Besides being dishonest, these actions silence rather than engage with political discussion.

As always, we hope you will engage positively, even when you disagree with what you read. In this month’s issue, we have tackled sensitive topics like abortion, timely topics like the conflict in Venezuela, and several interesting foreign policy issues. We would love to hear your thoughtful feedback, which you can submit by following the directions on the back cover. You can also reach us at byupoliticalreview@gmail.com.

Thanks for reading,

Nick Hafen

Editor-in-Chief

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Nick Hafen

Nick is a third-year law student from Detroit, Michigan. He served an LDS mission in Indonesia and studied Middle East Studies and Arabic as an undergraduate at BYU. He will be doing corporate restructuring work at a law firm in Chicago after graduation. Nick enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, being outdoors, and making things.

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Nick Hafen

Nick is a third-year law student from Detroit, Michigan. He served an LDS mission in Indonesia and studied Middle East Studies and Arabic as an undergraduate at BYU. He will be doing corporate restructuring work at a law firm in Chicago after graduation. Nick enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, being outdoors, and making things.

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