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Now in paperback is that this award successful heritage of non secular clash in early the US. Hallwas and Launius have compiled and written essentially the most balanced and thorough money owed but of the occasions and situations that resulted in the pressured Mormon exodus from Nauvoo, Illinois within the 1840s. They current an in depth choice of ancient records (a variety of that have no longer been released formerly) written through contributors and modern observers and introduce them with probing discussions of the reasons that underlay the clash. Of specific problem to them are the position of contesting cultural myths and the connection of occasions and attitudes in Illinois to the bigger frontier and nationwide scene.
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Hill, Quest for Refuge: The Mormon Flight from American Pluralism (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1989), 14, 17. 14. On the Puritan outlook and purpose, see Avihu Zakai, "Theocracy in Massachusetts: The Puritan Universe of Sacred Imagination," Studies in the Literary Imagination 27 (Spring 1994): 23-31. 15. James O. Robertson, American Myth, American Reality (New York: Hill and Wang, 1980), xv. 16. : Prentice Hall, 1971); R. W. B. Lewis, The American Adam (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1955); Russell B.
16. : Prentice Hall, 1971); R. W. B. Lewis, The American Adam (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1955); Russell B. : Wesleyan University Press, 1973); and Ernest L. Tuveson, Redeemer Nation: The Idea of America's Millennial Role (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1968). 17. Although thorough studies of Mormon myth have yet to be completed, some helpful articles and book chapters for those interested in the subject include Thomas G. Alexander, "A New Approach to the 'Everlasting Covenant': An Approach to the Theology of Joseph Smith," in New Views of Mormon History, ed.
Conflict of some kind was inevitable, and when he condemned his Mormon critics as enemies of the people and suppressed their civil rights through institutionalized violence, the non-Mormonspolitically frustrated and fearful of despotismresorted to mobocratic measures. Other causes, such as lawlessness by some Mormons toward the Gentiles (as they called unbelievers) and economic and social strife, contributed to the outbreak of violence, but this ideological struggle was central. How then did the misapprehension about religious persecution arise?