Black Magic and Witches
Tamara L. Roleff
Greenhaven Press, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 127 pages
Some view witches and witchcraft as a threat to the American way of life. Others insist that Wiccans are merely the practitioners of a harmless alternative religion that strives to bring about positive change with their magic. This anthology presents the arguments on both sides of this controversial subject.
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