Since 1946, Hugh Nibley has been associated with Brigham Young University and has been prolific as a writer and lecturer. His candor, scholarship, and defense of the restored gospel mark his years as a teacher and researcher. His dry humor and keen insights are legendary to several generations of Church students and readers. All of these characteristics are apparent in this book.
This work is volume thirteen in the Collected Works of Hugh Nibley. It contains nineteen chapters comprised of lectures, addresses, and previously published articles arid responses from 1967 to 1992. The editors selected and classified the works into four parts under the headings of environment, politics, education, and leadership.