The new age: notes of a fringe watcher

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Prometheus Books, 1988 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 273 pages
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Critical articles on Margaret Mead, Shirley MacLaine, Immanuel Velikovsky, Uri Geller, superstrings, psychic surgery, the Antichrist, psychokinesis, channeling, Christian television evangelists, L. Ron Hubbard, psychic astronomy, and similar topics.

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Review: New Age: Notes of a Fringe-Watcher

User Review  - Shenanitims - Goodreads

Another classic Gardner. Not as amazing, or dense, as his "Science: Good, Bad, Bogus," but still a welcome addition to the bookshelf. A voracious citer, Gardner's books will often leave you with more authors/books to seek out; this one is no different. Read full review

Review: New Age: Notes of a Fringe-Watcher

User Review  - Tom - Goodreads

Martin Gardner's columns discussing the paranormal, televangelists, UFOs, and so forth. It was shelved at McKay's under New Age religion. Interesting read. Read full review

Contents

Preface
9
Project Alpha
13
Margaret Mead
19
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Martin Gardner is the author of more than seventy books on a vast range of topics including "Did Adam & Eve Have Navels?", "Calculus Made Easy", & "The Annotated Alice". He lives in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

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