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After the transcontinental railroad opened Utah to large-scale emigration and market capitalism, hundreds of women in Salt Lake City began to sell sex for a living, and a few earned small fortunes. Businessmen and politicians developed a financial stake in prostitution, which was regulated by both Mormon and gentile officials. In this book, Jeffrey Nichols examines how prostitution became a focal point in the moral contest between Mormons and gentiles and aided in the construction of gender systems, moral standards, and the city's physical and economic landscapes.
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The title of this book is what grabbed me first. I saw it in the library, and decided I had to read it. It is an academic work the author teaches history at Salt Lake City's Westminster college , but it is also well-written and appears to be supported by solid research. I am not an academic, but it certainly looked to me as though the author did his homework and then some.