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- Charles L. Cohen, "No Man Knows My Psychology: Fawn Brodie, Joseph Smith, and Psychoanalysis," Brigham Young University Studies 44 no. 1 (2005), 55–78. PDF link
- Louis Midgley, "F. M. Brodie "The Fasting Hermit and Very Saint of Ignorance": A Biographer and Her Legend (Review of No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith, The Mormon Prophet by Fawn McKay Brodie)," FARMS Review of Books 8/2 (1996): 147–230. off-site PDF link
- Louis Midgley, "The Legend and Legacy of Fawn Brodie (Fawn McKay Brodie: A Biographer's Life)," FARMS Review of Books 13/1 (2001): 21–72. off-site PDF link
- Louis Midgley, "Comments on Critical Exchanges (Review of: "A Hard Day for Professor Midgley: An Essay for Fawn McKay Brodie")," FARMS Review of Books 13/1 (2001): 91–126. off-site PDF link
- Hugh Nibley, No, Ma'am, That's Not History: A Brief Review of Mrs. Brodie's Reluctant Vindication of a Prophet She Seeks to Expose (Bookcraft: 1946). off-site
- Gary F. Novak, "Review of Dale Morgan On Early Mormonism: Correspondence and a New History by John Phillip Walker," FARMS Review of Books 8/1 (1996): 122–167. off-site PDF link
- Richard Abanes
- Will Bagley
- Fawn McKay Brodie
- Todd Compton
- Ed Decker
- Sally Denton
- Dan Erickson
- Norman L. Geisler
- Hurlbut-Howe affidavits
- Ronald V. Huggins
- Jon Krakauer
- Charles Larson
- Walter Martin
- McKeever & Johnson
- Rodney L. Meldrum
- Brent L. Metcalfe
- Christopher Nemelka
- Linda King Newell and Valeen Tippetts Avery
- Richard N. Ostling and Joan K. Ostling
- Grant Palmer
- Bruce H. Porter
- B.H. Roberts
- D. Michael Quinn
- George D. Smith
- Carol Whang Shutter
- Simon G. Southerton
- Jerald and Sandra Tanner
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