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This challenging collection is ...
This challenging collection is required reading for anyone concerned with the history of racism, discrimination, and the Latter-day Saints.
|1||The "Missouri thesis" revisited : early Mormonism, slavery, and the status of black people||13|
|2||The traditions of their fathers : myth versus reality in LDS scriptural writings||34|
|3||Two perspectives : the religious hopes of "worthy" African American Latter-day Saints before the 1978 revelation||50|
|4||Spanning the priesthood revelation (1978) : two multigenerational case studies||60|
|5||Casting off the "curse of Cain" : the extent and limits of progress since 1978||82|
|6||African American Latter-day Saints : a sociological perspective||116|
|7||"How do things look on the ground?" : the LDS African American community in Atlanta, Georgia||132|
|8||Unpacking whiteness in Zion : some personal reflections and general observations||148|