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How Nineteenth Century Mormons Understood Polygamy

Alan Rogers, the Boston College history professor, points to a string of US supreme court decisions that distinguish between freedom of belief and freedom of practice, which affirm the former and limit the latter where it causes harm. These stretch back as far as Reynolds v United States in 1878, which forbade Mormon polygamy, and include Prince v Massachusetts, which affirmed the federal government’s ability to secure the welfare of children even when it conflicts with religious belief.

Letting them die: parents refuse medical help for children in the name of Christ

Alan Rogers, the Boston College history professor, points to a string of US supreme court decisions that distinguish between freedom of belief and freedom of practice, which affirm the former and limit the latter where it causes harm. These stretch back as far as Reynolds v United States in 1878, which forbade Mormon polygamy, and include Prince v Massachusetts, which affirmed the federal government’s ability to secure the welfare of children even when it conflicts with religious belief.

Bad marriages had women running to and away from Mormon polygamy, historian says | The Salt Lake Tribune

Bad marriages had women running to and away from Mormon polygamy, historian says

Bad marriages had women running to and away from Mormon polygamy, historian says | The Salt Lake Tribune

Mormon problems. Polygamy was to help the widows. Modern revelation. Modern prophets. LDS humor.

Mormon Polygamy

Mormon Polygamy

How Mormon Polygamy In The 19th Century Fueled Women's Activism : NPR

How Mormon Polygamy In The 19th Century Fueled Women's Activism

How Mormon Polygamy In The 19th Century Fueled Women's Activism : NPR

Polygamy is alive and well in the Mormon so-called church.

Polygamy is alive and well in the Mormon so-called church.

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