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No one has taken over the Mormons. The Mormons are currently led by the latter-day prophet: Thomas S. Monson.

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the Russians took over Poland after them


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The early Mormon Pioneers were mostly disliked in the Midwest just because of their numbers. There were so many of them that the politics and culture in their area were significantly influenced by them. This angered people who lived there before the Mormons arrived, as they felt the Mormons were 'taking over' their community.


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