March 1, 2011 by The Mormon Worker
Opinion piece from the Salt Lake Tribune by Troy Williams:
“Whether one accepts the historical or theological claims of the Book of Mormon, one theme in it is obvious: At their most righteous, the Nephites presented in the book were benevolent socialists; at their most depraved, they were greedy free-market capitalists.
In the zenith of Nephite culture, “the Lord called his people Zion because they were of one heart and one mind and they did have all things in common — and there were no poor among them.” . . .
Read the rest of the article here.