Pendle Hill Publications (1992), 31 pages
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Manousos describes a Soviet-American citizen diplomacy project in the 1980s that arose from a leading of Friends, and that Friends led through much work to completion. They planned, chose and assembled, and had published a book of poetry and fiction written by Soviet and American authors, called The Human Experience. It was all a work of spiritual linkage. Manousos also mentions several earlier Spirit-led Quaker connections with Russia, in the 19th and 20th centuries.
0875743013 / 9780875743011
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 301
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