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Stuart Johnson, Deseret Morning News
Sgt. Clayton Miller with the National Guard 116th Engineers from Spanish Fork talks to students at Payson Junior High Monday. The school is one of five pilot schools chosen to raise money for the Statue of Responsibility, an idea by the late Viktor E. Frankl, psychiatrist and author of "Man's Search for Meaning," an account of 30 Holocaust camp survivors. Frankl believed that true freedom was accomplished through a combination of liberty and responsibility. The United States has the Statue of Liberty on the East Coast, so Frankl wanted a "Statue of Responsibility" erected on the West Coast.

Sgt. Clayton Miller, above and at left, with the National Guard 116th Engineers from Spanish Fork talks to students at Payson Junior High at a Veterans Day assembly Monday. The school is one of five pilot schools chosen to raise money for the Statue of Responsibility, an idea by the late Viktor E. Frankl, psychiatrist and author of "Man's Search for Meaning," an account of 30 Holocaust camp survivors. Frankl believed that true freedom was accomplished through a combination of liberty and responsibility. The United States has the Statue of Liberty on the East Coast, so Frankl wanted a "Statue of Responsibility" erected on the West Coast.