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Thought: Fordham University Quarterly

Volume 61, Issue 2, June 1986
New Religions

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Richard J. Regan, Regulating Cult Activities: The Limits of Religious Freedom
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David G. Bromley, Anson Shupe, Affiliation and Disaffiliation: A Role-Theory Interpretation of Joining and Leaving New Religious Movements
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Robert Ellwood, The Several Meanings of Cult
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John A. Saliba, Learning from the New Religious Movements
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Gene G. James, Brainwashing: The Myth and the Actuality
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Brock K. Kilbourne, James T. Richardson, Cultphobia
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Mary Ann Groves, Marginal Religious Movements as Precursors of a Sociocultural Revolution
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Thomas Robbins, "Uncivil Religions" and Religious Deprogramming
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Richard J. Regan, Supreme Court Roundup: 1984 Term
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