[Wallingford, Pa. : Pendle Hill Publications, 1978]
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J. Best describes briefly his life in the Philadelphia intentional community of the Movement for a New Society, and how that large group in 20 houses lived, worked, celebrated, and made decisions together. He sticks to his own experience and resists generalizations, with the result that this is suggestive and impressionistic, rather than a substantial treatment of how an intentional community like this one can work.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet 218
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