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Donald K. Short and Robert J. Wieland write of the attitude that prevailed during the 1988 Centennial of the original 1888 Minneapolis General Conference meetings. It has been generally agreed that the message was "in a great degree" rejected by the leadership in 1888, yet the 1988 Centennial was "celebrated" by casting contempt on the principals and denigrating their message. This book recognizes some very good news, but brings into focus prevailing prejudices and trends equal to those of 100 years ago. 63 pp.