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Mormon Mavericks: Essays on Dissenters
edited by John Sillito and Susan Staker
Signature Books, 2002
Paper: 978-1-56085-154-7 | eISBN: 978-1-56085-413-5
Library of Congress Classification BX8693.M66 2002
Dewey Decimal Classification 289.30922

ABOUT THIS BOOK | AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
ABOUT THIS BOOK
 Some left, some stayed. Each one found some aspect of their church’s history, doctrine, policies, or politics that they could not reconcile with their own personal ethics. Some felt burdened by the conflict, while others embraced it. A few were reticent, even apologetic about their disagreements. Others were barnstormers. Each possessed some quality that destined him or her to ride at the fringes rather than at the center.

Mormon Mavericks summarizes a few famous flashpoints in Mormon history; more importantly, it provides a telling study in human nature. Each contributor is an expert in his or her discipline, and all approach their topic with equal doses of sympathy and objectivity.

The following mavericks are featured in this collection of biographical essays:

Fawn McKay Brodie
Juanita Brooks
Thomas Stuart Ferguson
Amasa Mason Lyman
Sterling M. McMurrin
John E. Page
Sarah M. Pratt D. Michael Quinn
William Smith
Fanny Stenhouse
T. B. H. Stenhouse
James Strang
Samuel Woolley Taylor
Moses Thatcher
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