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The Bahá'í Movement
|Author||Charles Mason Remey|
Title of item
| The Bahá'í Movement|
Subtitle of item
| A Series of Nineteen Papers|
Publisher of this ed.
|Washington, DC: J. D. Milans & Sons|
|Date of this edition|| 1912|
|Permission|| public domain|
|Posted|| 2013-06-07 by Jonah Winters|
|Proofread|| 2014-02 by Bobbi Lyons|
|Formatted|| 2014-03 by Mike Thomas|
|Classified in|| Books|
|Abstract|| Essays on Baha'i history and teachings.|
|Notes|| This document is online in a variety of formats at archive.org. Also available as a corrected Word document.|
Some content in this book is similar to essays in "The Bahai Revelation and Reconstruction."
While Remey later broke the covenant (see uhj_mason_remey_followers), at the time he wrote this essay he was an influential figure in the Baha'i community and was later appointed Hand of the Cause. This document is thus not "covenant-breaker" material.
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|Edit quality||high: carefully proofread and edited|
|Format quality||high: well formatted|
|2014-03-20 18:16 EST. See previous versions [archive.org].|| |
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