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A Candid Analysis of an Interesting but Much
Misunderstood Subject in History

Life and Thought

BY
ROBERT C. WEBB

"It bas always been a cardinal teaching with the Latter-day
Saints, that a religion that has not the power to save people
temporally and make them prosperous and happy here, cannot
be depended upon to save them spiritually, and to exalt them
in the life to come."

- Joseph F. Smith.

New York
STURGIS & WALTON

COMPANY

1916
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HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY

JUL 17 1916
CHARLES ELLICII PERKINS

MiSiN WRIAL COLLECTION

COPYRIGHT, 1916
BY STURGIS & WALTON COMPANY

Set ap and electrotyped. Publisbed April, 1916

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TO THE ILLUSTRIOUS MEMORY OF

JOSEPH SMITH

THE MORMON PROPHET," who, in spite of the evil character and corrupt motives attributed to him by enemies, critics and fault-finders, stands revealed to the candid student of his career as an honest man, a deep thinker, a powerful leader, and a pre-eminent reformer, worthy to be classed with the great men of history, and deserying the respect and attention of honest and in

telligent minds

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