From the perspective of FLDS Mormon lady, Maggie Jessop Jeffs, Full of Beans is a contemplative analogy of a deplorable paradox. Written from the heart with candor, deep sincerity, as well as frequent splashes of irony, Full of Beans is a discussion of Fundamentalist Mormon identity, faith and faithfulness, religious intolerance, human rights, contradictions of law, and the cheesiness of the moon. I was born and raised FLDS Mormon and lived forty-seven years among my people. Married twenty years, raised eight children, had many remarkable experiences, including a terrifying government raid on the YFZ Ranch in 2008 when hundreds of…
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