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While attending the Moscow branch of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in early 1991, an older Russian brother was asked about his recent trip “to the great land.’’ He proceeded to tell us about the “great land” and his wonderful and unexpected trip. I asked the translator, not a member of the church, to please tell me where this “great land” was. He said, “you don’t know? It’s America of course.” I was stunned.