Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star, Vol. 88: August 26, 1926Polygamy, remember, was part, though by no means the essential part, of the Mormon religion. And accordingly, when the United States Government passed a law abolishing it and providing that only the first wife of a Mormon should be recognised by law, the Mormons challenged that law in the Supreme Court, and, having lost t...
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