"Sisters of the Spirit... may still curiosity a much broader audience.... those attention-grabbing debts can stand on their own.... Mr. Andrews has made them much more available via supplying a finished creation and useful footnotes... yet he doesn't intervene at the textual content itself." ―New York occasions booklet Review
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Jarena Lee, Zilpha Elaw, and Julia Foote underwent a revolution of their personal experience of self that helped to release a feminist revolution in American non secular lifestyles and in American society as a whole.
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