Hare Krishna in America

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Rutgers University Press, 1985 - Religion - 324 pages
Traces the growth of the Hare Krishna movement in the U.S., describes the experiences of individual followers, and analyzes recruitment patterns, activities, and leadership of the movement.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Field Work and Membership
21
Who Joins and Why
43
Devis Story
87
Men Women and Membership
123
The Growth of Hare Krishna in America
149
Airports and Public Places
171
Change and Adaptation
191
The End of Charisma
221
The Future of Hare Krishna
257
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