KEN DRIGGS is a career criminal defense lawyer living in Atlanta, Georgia. He has published numerous articles on the legal aspects of Mormon history, on fundamentalist Mormons, and about criminal defense work. He is also the author of Evil Among Us: The Texas Mormon Missionary Murders (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 2000).
Fundamentalist Attitudes Toward the Church: The Sermons of Leroy S. Johnson
Articles/Essays – Volume 23, No. 2
Dialogue 23.2 (Summer 1990): 39–60
Driggs shares what an early fundamentalist leader by the name of Leory S. Johnson taught about the church and polygamy.
Twentieth-Century Polygamy and Fundamentalist Mormons in Southern Utah
Articles/Essays – Volume 24, No. 4
Dialogue 24.4 (Winter 1991): 44–58
Driggs shares the story of how in between the First and Second Manifestos, polygamy was still happening in secret.
Imprisonment, Defiance, and Division: The History of Mormon Fundamentalism in the 1940s and 1950s
Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 1