From slogans to mantras social protest and religious conversion in the late vietnam era religion and politics stephen kent on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this book takes a provocative look at the early 1970s an often overlooked yet colorful period when the vietnam war and student protests were on the wane as new religious groups grew in size and visibility. From slogans to mantras social protest and religious conversion in the late vietnam war era user review not available book verdict books on countercultural religion in the united states in the 1960s and 1970s are just now being published. The author a sociologist of religion at the university of alberta describes the focus of this work as the cultural transition of american youth from radical. From slogans to mantras social protest and religious conversion in the late vietnam war era syracuse university press 2001 isbn 0 8156 2948 6 edited volume cristina caparesi mario di fiorino and stephen a kent editors costretti ad amare saggi sui bambini di dio the family. This was an excellent book that traced the disillusionment with politics and conversion to new religious movements of many political activists in the late vietnam era there is a section in the conclusion that deals with child abuse and sexism in the nrms
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