Members of the LDS Church have been counseled to read the Book of Mormon thirty minutes per day.
Between now and November, I may be able to complete some of that reading by following the presidential campaign in the United States.
The article referenced below quotes two verses from The Book of Mormon and summarizes several other passages.
Excerpt: Last month, the far left website Salon ran an article entitled, “When Mormons Were Socialists.” It relied completely upon a deliberate misinterpretation of a few verses in the Book of Mormon. The author claimed that Mormon doctrine about events in the first century A.D. advocated for socialism. He declared that in the Third Book of Nephi, God punished a city because “the government disregarded the sick and poor.” Tellingly, the Salon article did not indicate where in the Book of Mormon the verses it relies upon are located, because they do not exist. At no time did the Nephite government ever give even a tiny amount of assistance to the poor.