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I haven't read this book in a long time, and I was rather a newcomer to Mormon history when I first read it. I have tried to use the book as a reference in the past, and now that you mention it, it is really hard to find a citation about an event when I only know when it happened, because the book is so non-linear.

But you're right; the thematic structure does make for more interesting analysis.

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