A cross of contention in the desert

The superintendent of the Mojave National Preserve had little reason to think that an exchange regarding a World War I memorial built in 1934 would spur a 13-year saga full of litigation, vandalism, political theater and theft. See Thomas Curwen's story, "A Mojave Desert cross brings a lot of things to bear"
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