The Inside of Mormonism: A Judicial Examination of Endowment Oaths Administered in All the Mormon Temples, by the United States District Court for the Third Judicial District of Utah, to Determine Whether Membership in the Mormon Church is Consistent with Citizenship in the United States

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Utah Americans, 1903 - Church and state - 93 pages
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Includes abstracts of testimonies of witnesses, excerpts from published materials, opinions and decisions of the court.

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Google Books is a total farce.
Why has this book been removed from Google Books?
Is the LDS Church really that afraid of genuine research, that any book which disagrees with their white-washed history must be removed from the public view?

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I am Mormon, and I find this book to be true; in those times, and in many ways, the present. Regardless of obvious bias on both sides. Any person well acquainted with the church and the hidden secrets of it, as well as the general sentiment and preaching will know this book is true. It rings truth because it is truth, in the essence of the facts as well as testimony. Many of the things in this book can be verified by the official church's history and other documents. A biased Mormon who defends anything spoken against his religion as he perceives it does not constitute a comment of worth. Please, learn about your faith, its history; find truth, its there if you look. You wont be taken over by the devil as the Mormons say, if you read the truth. Mormons profess to believe in truth, why shun it? If you are partial, and fair, you will learn much, not only in this book, but from other sources, many can be found on the church website, that show the errors of a religious entity that wants to be seen as perfect. Learn for yourselves. Not everything is true, there are a lot of false testimonies and stories and the like, but the truth is there if you want it. Seek the spirit of truth, it will guide you. 

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