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Witches: Opposing Viewpoints

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Examines several issues related to witches, including what happened in Salem and whether witches really fly, and incorporates the opposing views of experts.
Hardcover, 112 pages
Published September 1st 1987 by Greenhaven Press
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Sarah Crawford
Feb 03, 2016 Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it
The book has quotes from other source on both sides of the issue. The first chapter recounts a witch hanging in Connecticut and how it came about. Some of these quotes, particularly against women, are almost laughable in their anti-female prejudice and stupidity; that is, they'd be laughable if they hadn't led to the vicious attacks against women during the witchcraft trials.

The chapter does tend to confuse superstition with magic.

It examines why the Church got so upset about witchcraft when it
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