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BYU Studies: A Voice for the Community of LDS Scholars 19/4 (Summer 1979)
|BYU Studies: A Voice for the Community of LDS Scholars 19/4 (Summer 1979)
|Tate, Jr., Charles D.
|Year of Publication
|Brigham Young University
Read how Truman G. Madsen sees the study and struggle that B. H. Roberts had as he read the Book of Mormon. Track the changes in society that have taken place as women began working out of the homes and how this lead them to be able to work in what used to be typically male positions in Howard Bahr's "The Declining Distinctiveness of Utah's Working Women." Also read "The Family Portrait in Drama" to realize the emphasis that needs to be placed on the home which President McKay stressed when he said, "No other success in life can compensate for failure in the home."
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