So, why Beacon Press?

For all the congregational polity agita over the last — what? —  million years, what rationale, other than inertia, is there for the continuing Unitarian Universalist Association ownership of the Beacon Press? Rank heresy, I know, but I’m amazed that this isn’t ever openly discussed.

4 Replies to “So, why Beacon Press?”

  1. I wonder, though, if that adequately considers the cost of office space, both required at the current buildings or would be needed if the UUA sold and moved.

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