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Abstract:
A detailed attempt to describe and account for the spread of the Baha'i Faith, including the roles played by its centralized leadership, its belief system, and its policies, as well as attitudes and conditions outside the control of the Baha'i movement.
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Thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (in Geography), University of Hawaii at Manoa.

See full document info at scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/9787.

This document was generated from microfilm, which in turn was scanned from type-written pages.


The Growth and Spread of the Baha'i Faith

by Arthur Hampson

1980-05
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