Ken Driggs

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 fun￾damentalist 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.

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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.

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Reflecting on the Death Penalty

Articles/Essays – Volume 29, No. 2

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Imprisonment, Defiance, and Division: The History of Mormon Fundamentalism in the 1940s and 1950s

Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 1

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“A New Future Requires a New Past”

Articles/Essays – Volume 41, No. 2

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