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Communes and Cults

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This book considers the similarities and differences of communes and cults, their appeal, and their problems.
Unknown Binding, 125 pages
Published December 9th 1997 by Twenty-First Century Books (CT) (first published January 1st 1997)
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Starbubbles
Nov 20, 2009 rated it liked it
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it's a fairly basic overview of cults and communes, and their history starting in the 19th century and moving onward. i was only interested in the 19th century portion on the book though. included founders of the cults/communes, and how the people lived within them.
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