An Abundant Life: The Memoirs of Hugh B. Brown

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Signature Books, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 152 pages
During the years that Hugh B. Brown served in the LDS First Presidency (1961-70), he proved to be one of the most compassionate and tolerant members of the church hierarchy. Shortly before his death, his grandson conducted in-depth, candid interviews that appear in this compilation and constitute a refreshing look at one of Mormonism's best loved leaders. (This is the second, enlarged edition.)

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3.5 stars. I admire the man and enjoyed reading about his life, but the grandson who wrote the book edited in a "warts and all" manner. I'm sure he could have included lots more inspiring information ... Read full review


Early Years
Mission and Courtship
Marriage and World War I

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Firmage is Samuel D. Thurman Professor of Law

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