Cristina Rosetti

Ph.D. Scholar of Mormon Fundamentalism

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Ph.D. Scholar of Mormon Fundamentalism.

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This week, a drug cartel blew up a three car convoy carrying women and children to a wedding in Mexico. Nine women and children died. They were dual citizens of Mexico and the U.S.

The history of American Mormonism in Mexico

This week, a drug cartel blew up a three car convoy carrying women and children to a wedding in Mexico. Nine women and children died. They were dual citizens of Mexico and the U.S.

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