Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill, [1949?], 1962 revision.
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This short (16 pages) pamphlet was an entry in an edited book on 20th century religion, and was revised in 1961. It is Brinton's view of the essence of Quaker thought and practice , in 5 pages, and an overview of Quaker history. While Brinton is always informative and insightful, this pamphlet is too brief to be helpful, and since the 20th century history ends at 1961, it is seriously out of date.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 48; Explains the distinguishing principles of Quakerism. Reprinted from “Religion in the 20th Century" (from Pendle Hill bookstore)
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