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The Mormon Image in the American MindFifty Years of Public Perception$

J.B. Haws

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Bench, Curt. 10 February 2010.

Blomberg, Craig. 12 September 2008.

Bowman, Matthew. 4 November 2012.

Brooks, Joanna. 9 November 2012.

Bushman, Richard. 12 August 2011.

Campbell, David. 9 November 2012, 6 June 2013.

Davies, Douglas. 22 February 2007.

Edwards, Val. 21 August 2008.

Givens, Terryl. 15 August 2011.

Heersink, Bill. 15 February 2010.

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Johnson, Greg. 2 March 2010. (p.392)

Jowers, Kirk. 12 August 2008, 24 April 2010.

Keller, Roger. 24 February 2010.

Lawrence, Gary. 11 October 2011.

Leonard, Glen. 3 March 2010.

Lindsay, Richard P. 22 February 2007.

Lund, John L. 4 August 2009.

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Millet, Robert. 16 March 2007, 22 February 2010, 1 November 2011.

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