- Author:Elinor Lander Horwitz
- Publisher:Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 1st edition (September 1, 1972)
- Pages:158 pages
- Subcategory:Business & Finance
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Communes In America book. Traces the history of collective settlements in the United States and. Read by Elinor Lander Horwitz.
Elinor Lander Horwitz (born March 1929) is an American author of young adult and adult books. She lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland. Communes in America: The Place Just Right. Mountain People, Mountain Crafts was on The New York Times' list of "Outstanding Books. When the Sky is Like Lace" was on the New York Times' list of "Outstanding Books" of the year. Mountain People, Mountain Crafts.
by Elinor Lander Horwitz. Examines the history of communal life in America and the utopian ideals of today's young people. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780397314379. Release Date: September 1972. The Soothsayer's Handbook: A Guide to Bad Signs & Good Vibrations. When the Sky is Like Lace" wast in the New York Times list of "Outstanding Books" of the year. YouTube Encyclopedic. Contemporary American Folk Artists. Mountain People, Mountain Crafts was on the The New York Times' list of "Outstanding Books.
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Traces the history of collective settlements in the United States and compares their organization and purpose with the communes of today. Recently added by. AdocentynLibrary, Volkmann, 912greens.
Horwitz does enter a thought-provoking dissent from the conventional wisdom in her reevaluation of Brook Farm as one of the most successful communes; not mere durability, but the positive nature of the members' experiences and the community's influence on the outside world are the yardsticks by which she judges.