In Mormon Circles: Gentiles, Jack Mormons, and Latter-Day Saints

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1991 - Religion - 235 pages
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Describes the history and doctrines of the Latter-Day Saints, and discusses their way of life and their relationships with the outside world and with their own fundamentalist fringe

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In Mormon circles: gentiles, jack Mormons, and Latter-Day Saints

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Books about Mormons tend to be either hostile or cloying--few are dispassionate. Coates, an investigative reporter for The Chicago Tribune , is clearly seeking his scoop, but his tone betrays a ... Read full review

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Not as well-known or as popular as Under the Banner of Heaven but covers much of the same territory in a solid journalistic fashion. Read full review

Contents

Joseph and the Gentiles
7
From Missouri to Martyrdom
28
Brigham Young and the New Zion
51
Copyright

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