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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 7 involving one man and more than one wife as opposed to say polyandry, which involves many men being married to one woman) in the area: The first law created to...
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    • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION 113 Which category best describes your religious affiliation? # Answer Response % 1 Atheist 0 0% 2 Baptist 1 4% 3 Buddhist 1 4% 4 Catholic 7 26% 5 Episcopalian 0 0% 6 Judaism 0 0% 7 Lutheran 1 4% 8 Methodist 2 7% 9 Mormon 2...
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    • CWSW 62 Kaufman L., (2012). Organizational Consulting Meets Relational Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Papers by Kenneth Eisold and Marc Maltz. Psychoanalytic Dialogues. Vol. 22 issue 5, p 540-546. Kiyosaki, R. T. & Lechter, S. (2000). Cashflow...
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    • Persevering Polygyny: An Initial Study of Relational Maintenance Among Polyginists 31 look out for each other and understand why we’re living this way. It’s not a question of what’s going on there? Why are they doing that? Who is the new person at...
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    • Weekly meetings, press releases, and talking “shop” “Old” duties. All of my duties as a graduate intern working for the Public Relations office revolved around the newly selected theme “I Am Dixie State” and its purpose to encourage all current and f...
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    • stretch, it was the first time my supervisor had complimented me and that really meant a lot. But honestly, it was about time I got a little recognition for even being in the room. He always told me I dressed like I was going to a Relief Society func...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 7 Chapter 1: Introduction and Rationale In mainstream America, conversations about “my first marriage” or “my second wife” are commonplace and would hardly be cause for pause. With the divorce rate in the United States around...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 8 Since the incorporation of polygamy into the LDS Church’s faith in the 1830’s, there has been strong opposition to it. In the 1856 Republican Party convention (GOP convention of 1856, 1856), members of the Republican Party...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 10 headquarters of the FLDS Church. There are many reasons to study this small community, some of these include understanding their lifestyle, their beliefs, how they try to differentiate themselves from the often negative...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 11 Doctrine and Covenants in section 132, The Lord explained that the principle of plural marriage, as part of a “new and everlasting covenant” was an essential principle of salvation. As such, it was imperative for Joseph...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 12 members lived in relative peace as they established colonies throughout, what are today the states of Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Idaho, and Nevada. As the borders of the United States expanded to include the Mormon...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 13 became the fourth president of the Church. In the LDS Church’s biannual General Conference in April of 1890, where leaders of the Church gathered to speak to the general Church members about issues relating to doctrine and...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 14 In the years following the Manifesto, mainstream Americans were skeptical of the reversal of the LDS Church’s position on polygamy. In fact, many LDS Church members were skeptical of the legitimacy of Wilford Woodruff’s...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 15 followers to remain full members of the LDS Church because they continued to believe that it was the proper organization of God’s kingdom on earth created by Joseph Smith. Before his death in 1934, Lorin Woolley called and...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 16 Heber J. Grant understood that he needed to receive the blessing of John W. Woolley but because of his jealousy and overinflated ego, was unwilling to accept that another person held a higher power than himself. Because...
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    • STRAIGHT IS THE GATE 17 marriage in peace. From this time forward, the Work maintained a congregation in Salt Lake City and one in Short Creek. As Lorin Woolley grew older, he understood that it would be important to reorganize the high priesthood...

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