In a 1984 LDS General Conference talk, Elder Ronald E. Poelman of the Quorum of Seventy made a statement that is exactly what the Church needed to hear at that time. And it's especially something that would assuage a lot of anger between warring camps in the Church today. Why don't we know about it? Because someone (it's not clear who) in the general leadership of the Church didn't like it, and required Poelman to re-deliver the talk with that part of the talk replaced by something different.
A Mormon historian recently said that we as Mormons need to "reconstruct the narrative" of the LDS
Church, because what we've been telling is somewhat of a sanitized version. A believing member of the Church, Richard Bushman welcomes the healthy reconstruction that has been officially sanctioned by LDS Church leadership in recent years.
Interestingly, another Mormon historian, nearly 35 years ago, attempted to do the same thing but was shut down when he suggested that the narrative needed to be reconstructed--to be told more accurately and openly. Here is that story.
A new channel has recently appeared on YouTube, entitled Mormon Leaks, whose goal it seems
is to do damage to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. What I've seen so far, however, will do much to improve the respect that people everywhere will have for the LDS Church and its leaders. So, rather than believe the exaggerations and other criticisms leveled at the videos by detractors from the Church, I encourage you to simply watch them yourself.