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Aum Shinrikyo

Aum Supreme Truth; Aum Shinri Kyo; Aleph


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» Making Armageddon Happen
» What Is Aum Shinrikyo?
» A History of Violence
» How Aum Justified Violence
» Life Inside The Cult
» Ideological Totalism
» Violations and Violence
» Cult Apologists Defend Aum
» Aum Loses Legal Status
» Aum Now Aleph
» Changes And Promises
» Aum Under Surveillance
» Society Rejects Aum
» Aum-Related Crimes
» Aum Continues
» Aum: Terrorist Organization
» Rethinking The Lessons Of Tokyo

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"As with all of Lifton's reflections on politics and psychology, this one has many powerful and compelling insights." - The New York Times, Richard Bernstein. "astonishingly intimate portrait of Aum Shinrikyo, the Japanese cult that became world-famous when it released a nerve gas called sarin into the Tokyo subway ... extremely detailed. ... But the book is much more than a story of a single cult. It's an exploration of the idea of cults: how they grow, who joins them, who leads them. ... An intelligent, ambitious exploration of the power of cults and a definite eye-opener."
American Library Association, David Pitt.
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• Subject: Aum Shinrikyo
• First posted: Sep. 1, 1996
• Last Updated: Mar. 12, 2005
• Editor: Anton and Janet Hein
• Copyright: Apologetics Index
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