The Alpinist, a publication and website dedicated to world alpinism and adventure climbing, introduced an article titled Public Lands and the Future of Advocacy with a quote from Professor of History Maurice Isserman’s most recent book, Continental Divide.

“[Many Americans] attach our dreams to mountains. Mountains, we hope, will bring us strength, purpose, unity, salvation. We go to the mountains on a quest that, at various times and places, has been national, spiritual, personal, or some combination of all three," Isserman wrote. 

The Dec. 7 piece focused around an interview with Brady Robinson, the executive director of the Access Fund and founding board chair of the Outdoor Alliance.

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