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Continued: U.S. embassy security? Not in my experience

  • Article by: PAT FERGUSON HANSON
  • Last update: June 17, 2013 - 9:13 AM

Pat Ferguson Hanson lives in Stillwater. She retired from teaching at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and is the author of three books, including a memoir titled “It Was Greek to Me.”

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