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Pasadena Weekly - "For Freedom's Sake"

The Thomas Paine Society’s Alaine Lowell keeps the torch of liberty lit in Pasadena.

By Lionel Rolfe

Alaine Lowell lived through the revolutionary ’60s — a young woman born of the counterculture and intent on experiencing the time-honored odyssey of finding one’s self.

Lowell was a product of those more free-thinking and open-minded times and still firmly held onto those values by the late 1970s, which made her budding friendship at that time with George Holtz, a Republican real estate entrepreneur more than 35 years her senior, somewhat uncommon.

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