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One Eternal Round

CWHN 12:379-433

The Philosophical Implications of Automation

3 pp., s.s., typed transcript of a lecture given on March 19, 1964 Listening to Mr. Huff is like listening to Casals play the Bach Unaccompanied on the cello.  So I’ll give you a bar of “Chopsticks,” and then we can get back to Hoffer. Now, what he said is entirely in line with what …

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The Meaning of the Temple

18 pp., typed manuscript of a lecture given at Aspen Grove, Utah on September 1, 1973; CWHN 12:1-41.

Tenting, Toll, and Taxing

Western Political Quarterly 29:4 (December 1966): 599-630; CWHN 10:33-98. An historical study of the roots of taxation, property and political dominion. — Midgley

The Last Days, Then and Now

(Nov. 8, 1996, for Richard L. Anderson Festschrift)

Last Call

CWHN 8:498-532 This article is based on a transcript of a talk given at the 1986 Sunstone Theological Symposium in Salt Lake City. It was published in Sunstone 12 (January 1988): 14—25.

There Is Always Egypt

Address given on 25 October 1985.

Looking Backward

Looking Backward. In The Temple in Antiquity: Ancient Records and Modern Perspectives, edited by Truman G. Madsen, 39–51. Provo, UT: RSC, 1984.

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