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|The Legacy of J. Reuben Clark captures the compelling story of the life
of J. Reuben Clark from his earliest childhood in the farmlands of
Grantsville, Utah through his law school education at Columbia and
his years of government service, including his work as Ambassador
to Mexico. While serving as Ambassador, President
Heber J. Grant issued him the call to return to Salt Lake City and serve as a counselor in the First Presidency. The calling came as a surprise as the sixty-one year old Ambassador had never served as a bishop or a stake president. Dutifully, J. Reuben Clark heeded the call and served nearly thirty years as a counselor to three LDS presidents.
Featured interviews include prominent biographers and scholars, relatives of J. Reuben Clark, as well as commentary from the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Brigham Young University and J. Reuben Clark Law School Present
The Legacy of J. Reuben Clark as broadcast on BYU Television
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