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The Latter Day Saints

A Study of the Mormons in the Light of Economic Conditions

Originally published in 1912 in England, this work by the American journalists Ruth Kauffman and Reginald Wright Kauffman reflects their belief as Marxists that the Mormon church was a victim of a capitalistic society. An introduction by John S. McCormick and John R. Sillito places the book in historical context and provides biographical details about the Kauffmans.

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