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Latter Day Saints: A Study of the Mormons in the Light of Economic Conditions
Ruth Kauffman (au); Reginald Wright Kauffman (au); John S. McCormick (in); John R. Sillito (in). Originally published in 1912 in England, this work by the American journalists Ruth & Reginald Wright Kauffman reflects their belief as Marxists that the Mormon church was a victim of a capitalist society. Their intention was to summarize the widespread anti-Mormon literature that appeared in the American press during the late 19th & early 20th centuries. They believed that economic forces were primary in society & that capitalism was an unethical system of compulsion & domination. Their exploration of how the true nature of a capitalistic system was revealed in its impact on the history of Mormonism brought an unprecedented perspective to bear on the church.
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