“The Magna Carta . . . was an expression of freedom-loving men against an usurping king. It was a guarantee of civil and personal liberty. These guarantees later found fuller and complete expression in the Constitution of the United States.”
David Oman McKay, Stepping Stones to an Abundant Life, (Deseret Book Co, 1971) 88.
“David O. McKay,” in Latter-day Prophets and the United States Constitution, ed. by Donald Q. Cannon (Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University, 1991), 116–33.