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Lamb

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{{CriticalWork:Lamb:The Golden Bible|pages=xxx}} M.T. Lamb, The Golden Bible: Or, the Book of Mormon. Is It From God? (New York: Ward and Drummond, 1887), xxx. edit

Langfield

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{{CriticalWork:Langfield:The Truth about Mormonism|pages=xxx}} Weldon Langfield, The Truth about Mormonism: A Former Adherent Analyzes the LDS Faith (Bakersfield, Calif.: Weldon Langfield Publications, 1991), xxx edit

Larson, Stan

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{{CriticalWork:Larson:Quest for the Gold Plates|pages=xxx}} Stan Larson, Quest for the Gold Plates: Thomas Stuart Ferguson's Archaeological Search for the Book of Mormon (Herriman, Utah: Freethinker Press, 2004), xxx. edit

Larson

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{{CriticalWork:Larson:By His Own Hand|pages=xxx}} Charles M. Larson, By His Own Hand Upon Papyrus: A New Look at the Joseph Smith Papyri, 2nd ed., (Grand Rapids, MI: Institute for Religious Research, 1992), xxx. edit

Lee

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{{CriticalWork:Lee:Knavery Exposed|pages=xxx}} E. G. Lee, The Mormons, or Knavery Exposed (Frankford, Philadelphia: Webber & Fenimore, 1841), xxx. off-site Full title edit
{{CriticalWork:Lee:Knavery Exposed/Full title|pages=xxx}} E. G. Lee, The Mormons, or, Knavery Exposed. Giving an Account of the Discovery of the Golden Plates; The translation, and various tricks resorted to—the proceedings at Kirtland— building a Temple—establishment of a Bank, a correct specimen of its Notes, of which two hundred thousand dollars worth have been palmed off upon the Community—the manner in which the community of Frankford, Pa., rid themselves of the Mormons—Documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States. The Whole Being Designed as a Caution to the Ignorant and Unsuspecting Against One of the Most Barefaced and Blasphemous Devices Which had Ever Been Witnessed (Frankford, Pennsylvania: E. G. Lee, etc., 1841), xxx. off-site edit
{{CriticalWork:Lee:Mormonism Unvailed/Full title|pages=xxx}} John D. Lee, Mormonism Unveiled; or, the Life and Confessions of the Late Mormon Bishop, John D. Lee; (Written by Himself) Embracing the History of Mormonism ... With an Exposition of the Secret History, Signs, Symbols and Crimes of the Mormon Church. Also the True History of the Horrible Butchery Known as the Mountain Meadows Massacre (St. Louis: Bryan, Brand, 1877), xxx. edit
{{CriticalWork:Lee:Mormonism Unvailed|pages=xxx}} John D. Lee, Mormonism Unveiled, xxx. edit

Linn

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{{CriticalWork:Linn:Story of the Mormons|pages=xxx}} William Alexander Linn, The Story of the Mormons (New York: Macmillan, 1902), xxx. edit

Livesey

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{{CriticalWork:Livesey:Exposure of Mormonism|pages=xxx}} Richard Livesey, An Exposure of Mormonism, being a statement of facts relating to the self-styled “Latter day Saints,” and the Origin of the Book of Mormon (Preston: J. Livesey, 1838), xxx. off-site edit

Living Hope Ministries

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{{CriticalWork:Living Hope Ministries:Open Letter to Mormons|pages=xxx}} Living Hope Ministries, "An Open Letter to Mormons." edit