Violence and Religious Commitment: Implications of Jim Jones's People's Temple Movement

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Pennsylvania State University Press, 1982 - Religion - 207 pages
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Contents

Comparative Perspective
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2 A Comparison between Jonestown and Other Cults
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The Apocalypse at JonestownJohn R Hall
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Copyright

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