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From 1852, until the Mormon Church's decision to abandon the practice in 1890, the battle over polygamy redefined religious liberty in America. This book discusses the Mormon question and its legacy in constitutional law and political theory.
Sarah Barringer Gordon holds degrees in religion, law, and history. She teaches in the Law School and the History Department at the University of Pennsylvania.