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Another look book. Beyond B Baker Street Redux. New beginning at new address. Good Morning Travellin' Penguin. The contributors are respected, serious scholars. Highly recommended. Matthew Harris and the other contributors have constructed a detailed look at an LDS Church official who freely blended politics and religion and helped set the LDS Church and its membership on a course of political conservatism that it only now is moving away from.
This is a must read for LDS scholars and lay audiences who want to understand both how one church leader sought to place his stamp on LDS political views and how fellow church leaders and members at the time were leery of being defined by the extremist worldview of Ezra Taft Benson. In doing so they make an important contribution to a too often neglected period in Latter-day Saint history. Matthew L. Harris is a professor of history at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Life in the Country. Botany and Books.
University of Illinois Press. Shopping Cart. Author: Edited by Matthew L.