History has always been replete with controversial questions–and perhaps always will be. Oftimes these questions afford interesting subjects for discussion. This appears to be especially true in so-called “Mormon History.” One question which has provoked considerable discussion is: Who authored the beautiful and well-known hymn, “Praise to the Man” In the L.D.S. hymn books used […]
Introduction: “I hope this scholarly, unpublished memorandum by President Clark with its penetrating analysis will someday soon be available in full.” Ezra Taft Benson , BYU, 12/10/63 Though this is a very long manuscript, we felt it important to make it available in full as then Elder, Ezra Taft Benson had wished that it would be.
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Mormon Chronicle EXCLUSIVE! Never before available personal writings of Elder H. Verlan Andersen. One reason the conservative movement has not succeeded in halting the trend toward the welfare state is lack of unity and lack of a definite philosophy. Although there have been an enormous number of people over the years who have spoken out
Editors note: This talk was originally given by President J. Reuben Clark Jr., 14 Nov 1947 and appeared in the Church News 22 Nov 1947. It has been edited for space, but can be found in full in chapter 6 of “Stand Fast by the Constitution” under the chapter heading, “Let Us Have Peace”. Peace