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Commentary on Witchcraft, Magic, and Religion in 17th-Century by Richard Weisman
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No cover image. Read preview. Excerpt I began this project about a decade ago in order to address the issue of why collective action against witchcraft had ended so abruptly in Europe and its colonial derivatives in the seventeenth century.
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