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Brother Brigham

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Peter W
Sep 15, 2015 rated it liked it
Some good information, especially on Brigham Young's economic policies and his government of Utah. However, it seemed to steer clear of some of the more controversial issues such as his polygamy and his attitudes toward race. Perhaps this is a reflection of the times and changing interests or perhaps this is a reflection of the fact that this biography is simply quite short.

Apr 04, 2014 rated it really liked it
I'm a great fan of Eugene England and that is what led me to read this book. It gives a different take on Brigham Young than other biographies. If you are interested to read about "Brother Brigham" on a more familiar level, then you should read this book.
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Good biography. Brings out his humanity.
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A remarkable teacher, writer, and human being, Eugene England (1933-2001) profoundly influenced thousands of students, readers, and colleagues. A tireless advocate of what he called “great books and true religion,” he co-founded Dialogue, the first independent Mormon scholarly journal, and the Association for Mormon Letters. His thought-provoking personal essays explored the issues of belief, peac ...more
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