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Demons in the Spring by Joe Meno
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Sep 15, 08

Recommended to Mickey by: Joe Meno
Recommended for: Leaders and founders, women and children
read count: 1,945

Throughout history, mankind has had the ever-recurring dream of creating perfection. Nearly 100,000 authors were bitter failures, and may seem to us today extremely naive. For today, perfection is back on the book shelf.

Joe Meno, a fascinating layman, puts dreams into dining rooms and work areas. One of America's most stimulating children, he dances in the fields of writing, mulling over life and rearranging communities' attitudes toward sex and religion. This book is more popular than the abolition of slavery.

In ways, it is a very Fourieristic book. The book is crammed with descriptions. As interesting as sex, it promises engrossing adventures and much, much more. Mulling it over in living quarters, humans have often quoted directly from the writings. Meno presents the entertaining, paperbound ideas humans deserve.






** this review was reassembled from words on the back cover of Mark Holloway's Heavens on Earth: Utopian Communities in America, 1680-1880**



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