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Communities Index

Index to Communities magazine

Including Communities #1-166, and Communitas #1-2

All articles listed alphabetically by author, except where not credited (in which case articles appear by title).

Many thanks to Lyman Tower Sargent for preparing this index

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Abbott-Richards, Stevie. “Spiritual Community of Many Faiths.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 57-59. Reprinted with changes from Lama Live (Fall 1998).

Abels, Caroline. “Humaneitarians Unite.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 159 (Summer 2013): 44-45.

“About Kibbutz Lotan.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 45.

“About the F[ederation] of E[galitarian] C[ommunities].” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 122 (Spring 2004): 13.

Abraham, Neshama and Kate Delagrange. “Elder Cohousing: An Idea Whose Time Has Come?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 60-63, 65-68.

A[braham], N[eshama]. “Starting Elder Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 67.

“Access & Changes.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 19 (March/April 1976): 2-5.

Adair, Margo and Sharon Howell. “Breaking Old Patterns, Weaving New Ties: Building Alliances Across Cultural Differences.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 50-53.

Adair, Margo. “From Leadership to Empowerment.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 67-72.

Adams, Patch. “Hilarity, Health Care, and Art.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 93 (Winter 1996): 37-40.

Adams, Patch. “Prescription for Community.” In The 1990/91 Directory of Intentional Communities. A Guide to Cooperative Living (Stelle, Illinois: Communities Publications Cooperative / Evansville, Indiana: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 1990), 54-56.

Adams, Patch. “Prescriptions for Happiness.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Summer 1994): 30-31.

Adams, Rus. “Reclaiming a Neighborhood: Oceanview.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 40 (October/November 1979): 24-27.

Adams, Victoria. “Seeking a Spiritual Community Home.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 46-47.

Aditya, Ilios and Nini Manio. “Freestate: An Anti-Nuke Community Action.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 45 (October/November 1980): 25-31.

Adler, Alejandra Liora. “La Caravana: Have Ecovillage, Will Travel.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 111 (Summer 2001): 12-13.

“Advice About How to Handle Challenging Dynamics. Cigarettes, Alcohol, Visitors, and Events.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 142 (Spring 2009): 12-14.

“After the Celebration.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Summer 1994): 47.

Aitkin, Marsha. “Flowing in the Wind.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 41 (December 1979/January 1980): 39-42. East Wind

Alam, Sterling E. “Middle Class Commune: A Case Study.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 20 (May/June 1976): 2-3. Abridged version of essay in International Journal of Modern Sociology (Spring 1976).

Albright, Victoria. “And I Listen: Staying connected and building trust when adult children choose the ‘alternative’ lifestyle of living in community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 27-31.

Alderson, Doug. “Bursting the Bubble: The Challenges of Progressive Community Living in the Rural South.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 56-59.

Alexander, John. “La Iglesia de los Extranjeros.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 36-38.

Alexander, Robin A. “My Search for Community and Intimacy: Is Cohousing the Answer?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 151 (Summer 2011): 48-49, 51, 53.

“Alice James Poetry Collective.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 45 (October/November 1980): 8.

“All About Me.” Communities, no. 8 (May-June 1974): 13-14.

Allen, Jim. “Looking for Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 70 (Spring 1986): 45-50.

Allewelt, Monika. “ZEGG: Love is Intense Living.” Translated by Achim Ecker. Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 87 (Summer 1995): 42-45.

Allison, Robin. “Earthsong Eco-Neighbourhood—Rebuilding Community within the City.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 156 (Fall 2012): 44-46.

Aloe, Sierra. “The First Constitutional Assembly.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 25 (March-April 1977): 27-31.

Aloe, Sierra. “Linking Up: Federation For Communities.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 22 (September/October 1976): 40-43.

Alton, Derek. “Community Conversations Campaign: Final Thoughts and Next Steps.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 164 (Fall 2014): 15-17.

Alton, Derek. “Digging into Community: A reflection from Tamarack’s 1000 Conversations Initiative.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 163 (Summer 2014): 80, 78-79.

Altus, Deborah; Tom Welsh; and Keith Miller. “Cooperative Leadership Development at Sunflower House.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 39-42.

Altus, Deborah. “Frankly Scarlet. . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 111 (Summer 2001): 60-61. Sunflower House

Altus, Deborah. “Green Houses: Proving Humane Care for Elders.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 54-56.

Altus, Deborah. “Growing Older in Community: From the Guest Editor.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 89 (Winter 1995): 36-37.

Altus, Deborah; Hilke Kuhlmann; and Tom Welsh. “Is Walden Two Possible?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 103 (Summer 1999): 27-28.

Altus, Deborah. “Lessons from the Communes.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 97 (Winter 1997): 23-29.

Altus, Deborah. “A Look at Student Housing Cooperatives.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 172-176.

Altus, Deborah. “Maggie Kuhn on Intergenerational Home Sharing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 45-47. Interview

Altus, Deborah. “The Novel Walden Two.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 103 (Summer 1999): 38-39.

Altus, Deborah. “‘Paying’ New Members to Learn the Ropes.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 125 (Winter 2004): 43-45.

Altus, Deborah. “Roger Ulrich & Lake Village Community: ‘The Experiment of Life’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 98 (Spring 1998): 52-54.

Altus, Deborah. “A Songaian Perspective on Long-Term Care.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 55.

Altus, Deborah; Hilke Kuhlmann; and Tom Welsh, eds. “Walden Two Communities: Where Are They Now.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 103 (Summer 1999): 26-57.

Amann, Diane. “Santa Monica, California: Government for People, Not for Profit.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 51 (December 1981): 7-12. Reprinted in no. 56 with subtitle Journal of Cooperation (December 1982/January 1983): 51-54.

“Ananda Cooperative Village.” Communities, no. 3 (1973): 6-10.

“Ananda Schools.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 9 (July-August 1974): 13-18.

“Ananda’s Rural Communities Conference.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 23 (November/December 1976): 40-43.

“Ananda Village Loses Lawsuit, Faces Financial Crisis.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 99 (Summer 1998): 8.

Andelson, Jonathan. “A Classroom Experiment in Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 45.

Andelson, Jonathan G. “Living the Mean: The Ethos, Practice, and Genius of Amana.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 68 (Winter 1985): 32-38.

Anderson, Alline. “Building a Business in Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 138 (Spring 2008): 57-59, 74.

Anderson, Alline. “Cars and Rabbits.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 143 (Summer 2009): 20-21.

Anderson, Alline. “The Solace of Friends in Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 151 (Summer 2011): 38-39.

Anderson, Ambika. “Mount Madonna School.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 76 (May 1990): 32-33.

Anderson, Carolyn and Katharine Roske. “Birthing Co-Creative Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 113 (Winter 2001): 33-37, 58. Hummingbird Ranch, Global Family

Anderson, Dick. “Where All Places Felt Like Home.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 39.

Anderson, Jeff. “The Future of Water: Halting desertification, restoring ecosystems, and nourishing communities.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 32, 74.

Anderson, Kathy Elaine. “Sisterfire: Roadwork ‘83.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 58 (April/May 1983): 50-52.

Anderson, Mark. “The Feminine Principle in Healing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 69 (Winter 1986): 19-21.

Anderson, Scott. “Let’s Dance!” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 93 (Winter 1996): 41-43.

Anderson, Sylvia. “‘I Wouldn’t Trade It for Anything!’—Growing Up on the Farm.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 32-34.Interview

Andrews, Cecile. “Creating a Non-Residential Ecovillage in Our Seattle Neighborhood.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 12-14.

Andrews, James and Paxus Calta. “First We Take Manhattan.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 166 (Spring 2015): 58-59.

A[ndrews], J[ames] and P[axus] C[alta]. “The Point A Project.” “COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 166 (Spring 2015): 59.

Androes, Louis C. “Cerro Gordo: A Study in Tenacity.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 71 & 72 (Summer/Fall 1986): 18-24.

Androes, Louis C. “Cultures in Collision: The Rajneesh Search for Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 71 & 72 (Summer/Fall 1986): 49-54.

“Ann Arbor Collection.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 27 (July/August 1977): 15-16.

“Another Place Farm.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 24 (January/February 1977): 6-13.

“Appletree.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 73 (Winter 1987): 3.

Aquarian, Isis. “Kronus and Crone.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 43. Author was born as Charlene Peters.

“Aquarian Research Foundation Newsletter.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 30 (January/February 1978): 59-61.

“Argenta.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 36 (January/February 1979): 45-46.BC

Arginteanu, Seth. “Seth’s Journal April 1975-December 1976.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 50 (October/November 1981): 33-35, 56-64.

Aristizabal, Anamaria. “Sociocracy to the Rescue at Aldeafeliz Ecovillage: How Sociocracy Can Help Communities, Part V.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 166 (Spring 2015): 53-55, 74.

“The Ark: An Experience of a Non-Violent Society.” Edited by Vince Zager. Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 29 (November/December 1977): 48-52.

Arkin,Lois, et al. “Art in Los Angeles Eco Village.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 93 (Winter 1996): 13.

Arkin, Lois. “Diversity Issues in Los Angeles Eco-Village.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 155 (Summer 2012): 14-18.

Arkin, Lois. “Ecovillage Resources.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 66.

Arkin, Lois. “An Ecovillage Retrofit for Los Angeles: Healing an Inner-City Neighborhood.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 109-116.

Arkin, Lois. “I Wake Up to the Sounds of Ducks and Chickens.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 30-31.

Arkin, Lois. “Inner City Los Angeles Can Be a Healthy Place to Raise Children.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 16. Eco-Village

Arkin, Lois. “Learning How to Be an Ecovillage.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 88 (Fall 1995): 12.

Arkin, Lois. “Megacities Ecovillage Network Launched at Ten-Year Ecovillage Anniversary Gathering.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 129 (Winter 2005): 61-62.

Arkin, Lois. “Models for 21st Century Living: A Report on the International Eco-Village Conference, Findhorn Foundation, October 7-13, 1995.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 89 (Winter 1995): 18-19.

Arkin, Lois. “Moving Toward Sustainability in Los Angeles EcoVillage.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 94 (Spring 1997): 10.

Arkin, Lois. “A Multicultural Neighborhood ‘Goes Organic’: The Beginnings of an Eco-Village.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 34-39.

Arkin, Lois. “My Advice to Others Planning to Start an Ecovillage.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 156 (Fall 2012): 20-21.

Arkin, Lois. “An Overview of the Eco-Village Movement in North America.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 11-14.

Arkin, Lois, comp. “Sustainability & Sustainable Communities, or ‘What is an Ecovillage Anyway?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 32-33.

Arkin, Lois and Mary Maverick. “Sustainability = Conservation + Regeneration + Stewardship.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 87 (Summer 1995): 12.

Arkin, Lois and Jesse Moorman. “Sustainability in the City of Angels.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 115 (Summer 2002): 36-41.

A[rkin] L[ois]. “Urban Ecovillage Networks.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 129 (Winter 2005): 46.

Arkin, Lois. “An Urban Ecovillage of the Near Future.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 129 (Winter 2005): 44-47. Los Angeles Eco-Village.

Arkin, Lois. “With a Little Help from Our Friends.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 106 (Spring 2000): 62.

Arndt, Karl J[ohn] R[ichard]. “George Rapp’s Harmony Society.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 68 (Winter 1985): 20-26.

Arning, Kenn. “Men Against Patriarchy.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 27 (July/August 1977): 26-27.

Arrien, Angeles. “Living the Four-Fold Way.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 23.

“Art and Work in Community.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 10 (November 1974): 4-6.

“The Art of Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 102 (Spring 1999): 22-23.

Arvio, Cynthia. “Are We Moving Towards a New Society.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 27 (July/August 1977): 1-3.

Arvio, Cynthia. “Community Life at ‘Youngest Daughter’: How One MNS House Runs Itself.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 27 (July/August 1977): 17-19.

Arvio, Cynthia. “Take Heart—all those in the struggle.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 19 (March/April 1976): 10-15.

Asha. “Ananda.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 21 (July/August 1976): 36-44.

“Ask the Experts: What Do You Do When . . .?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 43-47.

“At Your Fingertips!” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 22 (September/October 1976): 13-15.

Atlee, Tom. “How to Make a Decision Without Making a Decision.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 109 (Winter 2000): 26-30.

Atlee, Tom. “The Transformational Dance: Communities and Y2K.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 101 (Winter 1998): 42-45.

“Austin Community Project: Building a Cooperative Community.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 19 (March/April 1976): 44-48.

“Austin, a Time of Changes.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 26 (May June 1977): 24-43.

Avery, Basil. “As the Spirit Moves.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 69 (Winter 1986): 32-34. Tauhara

“Avoiding Abundance’s Traps.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 144 (Fall 2009): 10-12.

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“Babies Born Smiling.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 17 (November/December 1975): 14.

“Back To the Land.” Communities, no. 6 (December-January 1974): 28-30.

Baepler, Paul. “Life Under Fire.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 56-59. Bosch House

Baer, Hans A. and Lawrence A. Kratz. “The Hutterites; Communitarians For 350 Years.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 39 (August/September 1979): 7-11.

Bagatell, Sharon. “Living Intergenerationally at Dancing Rabbit. ‘The Times They Are A-Changin’. . .” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 166 (Spring 2015): 10-11.

Bagby, Rachel. “Invoking the Spirit of Eco-Feminism.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 75 (Summer 1978): 41.

Bailey-Dick, Nina. “Cultivating the Neighborhood.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 159 (Summer 2013): 40-41.

Baker, Harvey, Barbara Lee, and Jeanne Quinn. “Community Building for the Long Term.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 25-26.

Baker, Harvey. “Community Member as ‘Lightning Rod’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 106 (Spring 2000): 20-24.

Baker, Harvey. “‘Family-Style’ Board Meeting in Texas Hill Country.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 20, 23.

Baker, Harvey. “Getting Involved with the IC.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 142 (Spring 2009): 9.

Baker, Harvey. “Investing in Our Lives: Work & Commitment in Two Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 94 (Spring 1997): 45-48.

Baker, Harvey. “The Metamorphosis of Relationships at Dunmire Hollow.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 87 (Summer 1995): 30-31.

Baker, Harvey. “A Midwinter Month’s Dream.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 30-33.

“Balancing Outer and Inner Ecology.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 143 (Summer 2009): 10-13.

Baldás, Orlando. “Campesinos Go Ecovillage in Venezuela.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 113 (Winter 2001): 10-11.

Bales, Ginny. “Women’s Music Community.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 24 (January/February 1977): 14-17.

Bane, Peter. “Planting the Seeds of Earthhaven’s Economy.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 94 (Spring 1997): 16-18.

Bang, Jan Martin. “The Green Kibbutz Group.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 44-45.

Bang, Jan Martin. “Work, Money, & Right Livelihood in a Norwegian Camphill Village.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 119 (Fall 2003): 46-49.

Bang, Jan Martin. “Why Camphill Communities Are Ecovillages.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 51.

Barber, D.A. “The Faire’s the Thing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 51 (December 1981): 47-48. Co-op Faire

Barker, Rex. “Can Any Bunch of People Become a Community?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 29 (November/December 1977): 40-48.

Barnes, Heather M. “Community for a Minute: Discovering Nature, Self, and Group at Sixth-Grade camp.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 157 (Winter 2012): 40-43.

Baron, Virginia. “Those Amazing Women.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 65 (Winter 1984/5): 11-15. Reprinted from Fellowship Magazine (October/November 1984). Greenham Common

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Balancing Powers: Leadership and Followship in Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 30-33. See also Ludwig, Ma’ikwe Schaub. “More Perspectives on Leadership and Followship.”

Barrette, Elizabeth. “The Bookends of Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 157 (Winter 2012): 35, 74.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Circles of Community: Paganism and the Quest for Connection.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, no. 154 (Spring 2012): 52-53.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Crowdfunding: A Communal Business Model.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 152 (Fall 2011): 32-35.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Householding: Communal Living on a Small Scale.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 144 (Fall 2009): 32-35.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Nurturing Healthy Minds.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, no. 150 (Spring 2011): 58-61.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Patchwork: A Poem.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 139 (Summer 2008): 80.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Permaculture on Low to No Budget.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 33-35.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “Poetry in Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 142 (Spring 2009): 50-61, 79.

Barrette, Elizabeth. “The Richness of Giving.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 141 (Winter 2008): 44-46.

Barriero, Jose. “Akwesasne Notes.” In A Guide to Cooperative Alternatives: Community Participation, Social Change, Well-Being, Appropriate Technology, Networking and Almost Anything Else Hopeful in America, (New Haven, CT and Louisa, VA: Community Publications Cooperative, 1979): 73-89.

Barsness, Nancy. “Who’s Got the Power.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 49 (June/July 1981): 40-42.

Barth, Kelly, with editorial advice and guidance from fellow Kawsmonauts Deborah Altus, Doug Hitt, Noelle Kurth and Elizabeth Schultz. “Lighten Up: A Community Energy-Reduction Experiment.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 143 (Summer 2009): 52-54.

Bartsch, Daniel. “Disability and Ability: A Community Perspective.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 118.

Bartsch, Daniel. “Enabled and Disabled in Community: Sharing Life’s Challenges.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 76-82.

Bartsch, Daniel; Robin Bayer; Hilary Hug; David Schrom; and Joan Schwan. “Making Magic: Ecological Community in an Urban Neighborhood.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 24-29.

Bates, Albert. “Architectural Design and ‘Complex Marriage’ at Oneida.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 95 (Summer 1997): 43-46, 50.

Bates, Albert and friends. “eCOOLvillages.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 27-29. Comic.

B[ates], A[lbert]. “An Ecovillage Education.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 28.

Bates, Albert. “Ecovillage Roots (and Branches).” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 25-28, 58.

Bates, Albert. “‘Farm Tech’: A Different Way of Seeing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 111 (Summer 2001): 49-54, 58-59.

Bates, Albert. “How I ‘Got It’ About Y2K.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 101 (Winter 1998): 40-41.

Bates, Albert and Allen Butcher. “Options for Incorporation of Intentional Communities.” In The 1990/91 Directory of Intentional Communities. A Guide to Cooperative Living (Stelle, Illinois: Communities Publications Cooperative / Evansville, Indiana: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 1990), 98-101.

Bates, Albert. “Our Own Money: A Recipe for Local Economic Revival.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 50-53.

Bates, Albert. “Permaculture at The Farm: Climate Prophylaxis.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 24-26.

Bates, Albert. “A-73-Year-Old Ecovillage in the Land of Ice and Fire.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 46-50. Iceland

Bates, Albert. “A Training Center for Ecovillages.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 34-35.

Bates, Albert. “A Visit to an Ökodorf.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 16.

Bates, Albert K. “Basic Training for Eco-Villagers at The Farm in ‘95.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Summer 1994): 12, 17.

Bates, Albert K., and the staff of the Natural Rights Center. “What Really Happened at Waco? ‘Cult’ or Set-up?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 88 (Fall 1995): 50-60.

“The Bay Area Collectives.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 47 (February/March 1981): 22-28.Articles on Tazi Unlimited, Heartwood. The Cheese Board, and Our Context: A Network.

Beal, Cynthia. “Practicing ‘NoGrid’ Self-Reliance.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 101 (Winter 1998): 50-51.

Beal, Eileen. “Kashi Ashram: Navigating the Transition from Baby Boomers to the Next Generation.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 166 (Spring 2015): 46-49.

Beaty, Frank. “The Dilettante’s Journey. Part I. How do you pick a community to join if you’re interested in . . . EVERYTHING.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 24-29.

Beaty, Frank. “The Dilettante’s Journey, Part II. How do you pick a community to join if you’re interested in . . . EVERYTHING.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 32-37.

Beaudet, Sydney, and Paul Freundlich. “Self and Spirit: Overview.” In A Guide to Cooperative Alternatives: Community Participation, Social Change, Well-Being, Appropriate Technology, Networking and Almost Anything Else Hopeful in America, (New Haven, CT and Louisa, VA: Community Publications Cooperative, 1979): 149.

Beauvais, Dave. “Getting to the Same Place.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 39 (August/September 1979): 22-26.

Bedard, Rachel. “The Life Center.” In A Guide to Cooperative Alternatives: Community Participation, Social Change, Well-Being, Appropriate Technology, Networking and Almost Anything Else Hopeful in America, (New Haven, CT and Louisa, VA: Community Publications Cooperative, 1979): 85-89.

Bedard, Rachel. “A Travelling Woman.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 33 (July/August 1978): 26-28.

Bedard, Rachel. “An Offshoot—Philadelphia to Vermont.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 27 (July/August 1977): 23-26.

Bedard, Rachel. “The Personal Is Political.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 27 (July/August 1977): 45-50.

Bedell, Langdon. “Who Are Those Guys?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 53 (April/May 1982): 6.

Beinecke, Rick. “Chicago Communes.” Communitas, no. 2 (September 1972): 55.

Beinhorn, George. “Ananda.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 53 (April/May 1982): 30-34.

Bell, Troy. “Power, Dysfunction, Community Breakdown, and Vision at EcoInstitute: A Document from the Struggle.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 26-29, 74.

Bender, Jonathan. “FEC: Federation Update.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 21.

Bender, Jonathan. “News from Members.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 17.

Bennett, Kathy. “East Wind’s Children’s Program.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 73 (Winter 1987): 18.

Bennett, Kathy. “‘Selling’ Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 73 (Winter 1987): 47.

Bergel, Peter. “Public Relations.” Communities, no. 1 (December 1972): 16.

Berger, Lisa. “Earthbridge CLT: Ten Years After Incorporation.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 61 (Winter 1983/84): 17-18. Reprinted from Community Economics

Berger, Lisa. “New CLT in Inner City Trenton: Mill Hill II CLT Fights Gentrification.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 61 (Winter 1983/84): 19-20. Reprinted from Community Economics

Bergner, Paul. “Regional Pop: a Proutist, populist perspective.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 51 (December 1981): 28-31.

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Chiras, Dan and Dave Wann. “Set Up Neighborhood Dinners.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 22-23.

Chiras, Dan and Dave Wann. “Start a Neighborhood Newsletter. . . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 20-21.

Chittister, Joan. “‘A Time to Build Up . . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 50-51.

“Choosing to Age on Community: Tom Hungerford interviewed by Robert Foote.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 89 (Winter 1995): 38-41.

[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “About Deir Mar Musa.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 55.

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[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “About Emerald Earth.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 61.

[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “About Huehuecoyotl Ecovillage.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 33.

[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “About La Caravana.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 46.

[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “About Lost Valley Educational Center.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 50.

[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “About Sirius Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 124 (Fall 2004), 42.

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[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “About Tamera.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 40.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Accountability and Consequences.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 16-19. Excerpted from her Creating a New Life Together: Practical Tools to Grow an Ecovillage or Intentional Community (2003).

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Avoiding Spiritual Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 124 (Fall 2004), 33-34.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Becoming Pro-Active with Zoning Issues.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 89 (Winter 1995): 24-26.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Building Homes Sustainably.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 121 (Winter 2003): 36.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Busting the Myth that Consensus-with-Unanimity Is Good for Communities Part I.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 155 (Summer 2012): 42-49.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Busting the Myth that Consensus-with-Unanimity Is Good for Communities Part II.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 156 (Fall 2012): 60-64.

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “Can We Afford to Live in Community?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 22-30, 32-58, 67.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Can We Afford to Live in Community?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 22-28, 30.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Can We Make a Difference?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 137 (Winter 2007): 34-38.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Caroline Estes on Consensus.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 109 (Winter 2000): 40.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Colonel Allensworth’s Dream.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 60-61. Allensworth

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Communication and Process: The Heart of Healthy Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 113 (Winter 2001): 24-27.

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “Community is for Lovers. . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 118 (Summer 2003): 26-53.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Community is for Lovers. . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 118 (Summer 2003): 26-27.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Community Medicine Chest: How Do We Keep Ourselves Healthy in Community?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 102 (Spring 1999): 42-45.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Community Seekers Guide.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 122 (Spring 2004): 22-23.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Conflict & Connection.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 104 (Fall 1999): 20-21.

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “Conflict & Connection.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 104 (Fall 1999): 20-60.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Consensus and the Burden of Added Process: Are Their Easier Mays to Make Decisions? Busting the Myth That Consensus-with-Unanimity Is Good for Communities, Part III.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 56-60.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Consent Decision-Making and Aim: How Sociocracy Can Help Communities, Part III.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 163 (Summer 2014): 57-63.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Consent Decision-Making and Consensus—Similarities and Differences.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 163 (Summer 2014): 63.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “‘Consent Decision-Making,’ ‘Consent Round,’ ‘Consent’.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 163 (Summer 2014): 63.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Conservers, not Consumers.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 129 (Winter 2005): 28-29.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “The Co-op Principles: The Rochdale Weaver’s Gift.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 110 (Spring 2001): 31.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Creating Diverse Community: ‘Not How We Expected It’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 20.

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “‘A Day in the Life . . .’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 31-60.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Decision Making and Power: What is power in a group? Is it bad, good, or neutral? How is it shared?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 109 (Winter 2000): 24-25.

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “Decision Making in Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 109 (Winter 2000): 24-59.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “‘Dream No Small Dreams!’ A Farewell to Robert Theobald.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 107 (Summer 2000): 8.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Ecovillage Activists in Japan.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 138 (Spring 2008): 16-18.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “An Eternal Optimist: Elder Leadership in Cohousing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 112 (Fall 2001): 38-41.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Fairness and Fun with Multi-Winner Voting.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 109 (Winter 2000): 31-32.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Finding ‘Ecotopia’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 20-23.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Food Fight!” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 96 (Fall 1997): 30-35. Fiction

Christian, Diana Leafe. “From Conflict to Connection: The Fine Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 113 (Winter 2001): 53-57.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Future visions: Community Life in the 21st Century.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 105 (Winter 1999): 56-62.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “The Gifting Circle—A Feedback Process that Feels Good.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 20-21.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “‘Good Documents Make Good Friends’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 118 (Summer 2003): 54-57. Excerpt from her Creating a Life Together.

Christian, Diana [Leafe], comp. “Growing Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 86 (Spring 1995): 18-21.”Creating the Vision Statement”, “When You Cannot Subdivide: The 501(c)(7) Nonprofit”, “Think Thin!” [Solar power]

Christian, Diana [Leafe]. “Growing Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 85 (Winter 1994): 23-24. Deer Rock Community

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “The Heart of Sustainability.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 115 (Summer 2002): 24-56.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “The Heart of Sustainability.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 115 (Summer 2002): 24-25.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Helping Each Other Stay Accountable to the Group.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 19. Excerpted from her Creating a Life Together: Practical Tools to Grow Ecovillages and Intentional Communities. Gabriola Island, BC, Canada: New Society Publishers, 2003.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Honoring Eileen Caddy ‘All is very, very well’.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 134 (Spring 2007): 12-14.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “How Country Communities Pay the Bills.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 26-27.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “How the ‘N Street Consensus Method’ Helps N Street Thrive.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 157 (Winter 2012): 64-65.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Income-Sharing Economies.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 25.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Intern at an Ecovillage! Or . . . rural homesteading community, sustainability education center, ecospiritual community. . . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 22-24.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “An Intern’s-Eye View.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 34-35.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Nine Ways to Resolve Objections.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 165 (Winter 2014): 63.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “No Funds? How One Community Did It.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 44.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “On a High for Community: Cohousers Circle Up at 6,000 Ft.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 119 (Fall 2003): 24-29.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “The Proposal-Forming Process.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 165 (Winter 2014): 63.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Radical Governance Changes in Two North American Ecovillages.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 164 (Fall 2014): 59-64.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Raising and Educating Children in Community.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 92-99.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Reunion Under the Redwoods.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 62-63.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Resources: Creating New Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 87 (Summer 1995): 18.

[Christian, Diana Leafe]. “Resources. Recommended by article contributors and Communities staff.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 135 (Summer 2007): 51. Food

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Sample Income Sources in Rural Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 29.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Saying Goodbye to Consensus-with-Unanimity in European Communities: Busting the Myth that Consensus-with-Unanimity Is Good for Communities, Part IV.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 159 (Summer 2013): 58-61.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “See the Forest and the Trees: Can sustainable loggers and natural builders in community honor their values and still make a living? Here’s how Earthaven’s Forestry Co-op almost succeeded—and what we can learn from their experience.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 23-29. Labeled Part II in the Contents but not at the head of the article.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Seeing the Forest and the Trees, Part I.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 121 (Winter 2003): 30-32, 34-36.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Self-Governance with Circles and Double Links: How Sociocracy Can Help Communities, Part II.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 161 (Winter 2013): 61-66.

Christian, Diana Leafe; Geoph Kozeny; and Laird Schaub. “Setting the Record Straight: 13 Myths about Intentional Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 112 (Fall 2001): 17-19.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “71 Ways To Build Trust & Connection or Reduce & Resolve Conflict.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 37, 39, 41, 43, 45.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Sirius: Honoring Leadership.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 85 (Winter 1994): 45-46.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Six Ingredients for Forming Communities (That Help Reduce Conflict Down the Road).” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 76-83.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Six Legitimate Reasons to Object to a Proposal.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 165 (Winter 2014): 63.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “So Why Do Cohousers and Ecovillagers Join Community?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 60.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Sociocracy Resources/Sociocracy Trainers Who Teach Intentional Communities.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 163 (Summer 2014): 63.

Christian, Diane Leafe. “Song, Dance & Celebration.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 107 (Summer 2000): 27-32.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Straw into Gold: Creating Value-Added Products.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 94 (Spring 1997): 37.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Strength and Loss in Commune and Kibbutz.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 55-57. Interview with Nina Bindi

Christian, Diana Leafe. “‘Structural Conflict’ and Interpersonal Conflict.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 9-12. Excerpted from her Creating a Life Together.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Telecommuting: You Can Take It With You.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 94 (Spring 1997): 61.

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “Thriving in Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 121 (Winter 2003): 38-57.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “To the Ecovillage.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 112 (Fall 2001): 26-33.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Torri Superiore: An Ecovillage on the Traditional Village Model.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 129 (Winter 2005): 31.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Transferring Decision-Making Power at Kindness House.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 109 (Winter 2000): 22-23.

Christian, Diana Leafe, ed. “Transition & Change.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 105 (Winter 1999): 32-62.

Christian, Dana Leafe. “Transition & Change.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 105 (Winter 1999): 32-33.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Transparency, Equivalence, and Effectiveness: How Sociocracy Can Help Communities, Part I.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 160 (Fall 2013): 59-63.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Trust, Connection, and Clear Agreements.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 18-23.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “24 Common Sources of Community Conflict.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, 35.
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Christian, Diana Leafe. “When Adobe Pueblo Meets Star Trek.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 136 (Fall 2007): 53-55.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “When Ecovillagers Use the Cohousing Model . . . How some activists choose cohousing to manifest their eco-sustainable dreams. . . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 46-47.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Where They Are?” Communities: Journal of Cooperati

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Christian, Diana Leafe. “Why No Tyranny of the Minority in Sociocracy: How Sociocracy Can Help Communities, Part IV.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 165 (Winter 2014): 60-63.

C[hristian], D[iana] L[eafe]. “Why the Term ‘Operational Leader’?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 161 (Winter 2013): 66.

Christian, Diana Leafe. “Worth Their Weight In Gold.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 134 (Spring 2007): 33. Interns, work-exchange, and residential courses.

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Christos, Tasha. “The Artistry of Being in a World of War.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 69 (Winter 1986): 8-9. Suneidesis

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Ciarlo, Giovanni. “The Arts—An Elemental Necessity of Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 115 (Summer 2002): 16-17.

Ciarlo, Giovanni. “By the Plume of Popocatepetl.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 32-34. Huehuecoyotl Ecovillage

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Cindy and Friends [Cindy Baranco, Ilana Firestone, Marilyn Moohr, and Judy St. John]. “The Influence of Community on Mental Health.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, no. 150 (Spring 2011): 30-31, 78.

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“A Clash of Cultures: SpringLedge Ecovillage Project Foiled.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 97 (Winter 1997): 17-19.

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Clearwater, Jeff. “Ecovillage 2015: Algae, Giant ‘Seashells’, and Sustainable Culture.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 111 (Summer 2001): 41-45. Fiction

Clearwater, Jeff. “Engaging the Americas in Common Effort . . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 107 (Summer 2000): 18-10. Ecovillages of North America

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Cohen, Raines. “Aging in Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 44-45, 77.

C[ohen], R[aines] and B[etsy] M[orris]. “Books on Cohousing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 29.

Cohen, Raines and Betsy Morris. “The Face of Cohousing in 2005: Growing, Green, and Silver.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 24-29, 31-32.

Cohen, Raines. “Innovative Solutions.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 136 (Fall 2007): 17-20. Cohousing.

Cohen, Raines. “The Next Phase: Senior Cohousing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 33-39.

C[ohen], R[aines] and B[etsy] M[orris]. “Other Cohousing Resources.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 30.

C[ohen], R[aines] and B[etsy] M[orris]. “Religious Groups Doscover Cohousing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 31.

C[ohen], R[aines] and B[etsy] M[orris]. “What is Cohousing?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 25.

Cohen, Rajal. “Mental Illness in Community: What Can We Offer?” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 135-40.

Cohen, Rajal. “Queer in Community.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 72-74.

Cohen-Rosenthal, Edward. “The Unions and quality of life: Is cooperation with management a sellout?” Communities, no. 55 (October/November 1982): 40-43.

Cohen, Eve. “Ex-Lovers.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 70 (Spring 1986): 4-7. Dance Community

Cole, Alison. “Seeking an Alternative Education.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 143 (Summer 2009): 58-59.

Cole, Elke with Javan Kerby Bernakevitch. “Live and Learn: O.U.R. Ecovillage Builds Learning Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 147 (Summer 2010): 16-17, 74.

Collector, James. “Growing a Culture of Gratitude in Argentine Patagonia: A WWOOFer Experiences Community Living.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 38-39.

Collins, Helen. “The Cooperative Vision in Science Fiction.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 57 (February/March 1983): 34-49.

“The Colorless Movement.” Communities, no. 7 (March-April 1974): 20-23.

Comeau, Singh Sahib Rama Kirn Singh and Singh Sahib Shama Kirn Singh. “3HO: Happy, Healthy, Holy. Living In a Spiritual Community.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 14 (May/June 1975): 35-41.

“Communal Highs and Lows.” Communities, no. 5 (October-November 1973): 26-27.

“Communal Studies Association Honors Communities.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 5.

“Commune Directory.” Communities, no. 1 (December 1972): 29-36. Extensive autograph notes from December 1974 indicating changes in status of the various groups.

“Commune Directory.” Communities, no. 7 (March-April 1974): 26-38.

“Commune-ication.” Communities, no. 5 (October-November 1973): 28.

“Communes and the State.” Communities, no. 6 (December-January 1974): 12-14.

“Communication Rules.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 24-25.

“Communications in the Twin Cities, and the Great Warehouse Takeover of 1975: The Minnesota Leader, SCOOP, National Food Coop Nooz.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 19 (March/April 1976): 33-39.

“Communitarian Village.” Communities, no. 3 (1973): 2-5.

“Communitas Folk.” Communitas, no. 1 (July 1972): 41.

“Community Business Seeks Members/Workers.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 10. We’Moon Land

“Community Calendar.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 114 (Spring 2002): 66-67.

“Community Conferences 1974.” Communities, no. 8 (May-June 1974): 33-35.

“Community Earth.” Communities, no. 6 (December-January 1974): 2-9.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 99 (Summer 1998): 8-11.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 101 (Winter 1998): 8-11. Los Angeles EcoVillage, Quakerland Friends Community (Ingram, TX), Twin Oaks, Lothlorien Farm (Ontario, Canada), Woodbine Community (Gainesville, FL), New Creation Fellowship (no longer operating. 25th anniversary. Newton, KS), Liberty Village Cohousing (Libertytown, MD), Conference on 60s VT communities.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 102 (Spring 1999): 10-12. Crystal Waters, Abundant Dawn, WindTree Ranch.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 103 (Summer 1999): 8-12. Boulder Housing Coalition, Gesundheit Institute, Hundredfold Farm (PA), Sirius (MA), Alpha Farm (OR), Ananda Village (CA)

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 104 (Fall 1999): 8-10. Skywoods Cosynegal (MI), CEDAR (KY), Madison Community Co-op (WI), Zendik Farm Arts Foundation (NC. 1969 CA, then Texas, then FL), ten year old communities: Aquarian Concepts (AZ), Community in Burligton (VT), Community in St. Joseph (MO), Sweetwater Community Land Trust (MO), Union Acres (NC), twenty year old communities: Bright Morning Star (WA), Jubilee Partners (GA), Ojai Foundation (CA), Santa Rosa Creek Commons (CA), Shepherdsfield (MO), Susan B. Anthony Memorial Unrest Home (OH), Triform Camphill (NY), thirty year communities: Ananda Village (CA), Greenbriar Community (TX), Kootenay Cooperative (BC), L’Arche Daybreak (ONT), Morninglory (ONT), Sunflower House (KS), Twin Pines Co-op (CA), fifty years: Whitehall Co-op (TX).

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 105 (Winter 1999): 10-14. Zendik Arts Community (NC), River Farm (WA), Pioneer Valley Cohousing (MA), Pine Street Cohousing (MA), Cambridge Cohousing (MA), New View Cohousing (MA), Pathways Cohousing (MA), Sunward Cohousing (MI), Nomad Cohousing (CO), Rainbow Gathering, Earthaven Community (NC), Nature’s Spirit Community (SC), Bellingham Cohousing (WA), East Wind (MO)

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 106 (Spring 2000): 8-11.Bellingham Cohousing, Acorn, Mahantongo Spirit Garden, The Farm, Dancing Rabbit

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 107 (Summer 2000): 8-10. Bryn Gweled Homesteads (PA 60 years old), Winslow Cohousing (WA), Bright Morning Star (WA)

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 111 (Summer 2001): 8-11. We’Moon Land, Blue House, Crystal Waters

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 112 (Fall 2001): 8-11. Still Water Sabbatical (disbanding), GardenSpirit (disbanded), Gaian Contemplative Community, Jamaica Plain Cohousing, Winslow Cohousing, Pioneer Valley Cohousing, Ecovillage at Ithaca, and communities 70, 50, 40, 30, 20, and 10 years.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 113 (Winter 2001): 8-9. Riverside, various ecovillage and cohousing groups.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 115 (Summer 2002): 9-11. Visions of Utopia tape, Cohousing Network, The Foundation for Community Encouragement, Meadowdance, Shannon Farm, Wild Sage Cohousing

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 9, 11. Gaviotis, Prairie Sky Cohousing, Alchemy Farm Cohousing, Heartwood Cohousing

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 9-11. Various co-housing groups

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 119 (Fall 2003): 9-11.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 118 (Summer 2003): 8-10.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 121 (Winter 2003): 8-9.

“Community Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 8-9.

“Community Market.” Communities, no. 1 (July 1972): 52.

“The Community Market Cooperative Catalog: Spring Supplement 1974.” Communities, no. 8 (May/June 1974): 17-25.

“Community Memory Goes Public.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 70 (Spring 1986): 38. Article from the Collective Networker Newsletter

“A Community of Communes.” Communitas, no. 1 (July 1972): 36-40.

“Community Products.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 22 (September/October 1976): 10-12.

“Community Queries.” Communitas, no. 1 (July 1972): 35.

“Community Queries.” Communities, no. 2 (February 1973): 42-44.

“Community Service Conference Yellow Springs.” Communitas, no. 2 (September 1972): 14-15.

Compton, Dick. “Moving Together.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 13 (March/April 1975): 24-26.

“Conference: Adequate Action For a Human Future.” Communitas, no. 2 (September 1972): 12-13.

“Conference on Community Economy: Community Service, Yellow Springs, Ohio, August 3-5, 1973.” Communities, no. 4 (1973): 11.
“Conferences ‘73.” Communities, no. 6 (December-January 1974): 34-39.

“Congratulations! Celebrating Long-Lived Communities: An Urban Co-op, a Rural Commune, a Conference Center.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 8. House of Lavender, Dunmire Hollow, Rowe Camp & Conference Center

“The Connecticut Hospice.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 50 (October/November 1981): 10-14.

Connolly, Johnny. “‘The Village’ in Tipperary: Ireland’s First Large-Scale Ecovillage.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 135 (Summer 2007): 24-26, 73-75.

Conover, Pat. “Charisma in Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 25 (March-April 1977): 32-35.

“Consciousness Raising: Money and Its Power.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 10 (November 1974): 16-17. Reprinted from Country Women

“Constructive Openness.” Communities, no. 5 (October-November 1973): 9-10.

“The Consumer Cooperative Alliance: the Institute, the Movement, & the Bank.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 35 (November/December 1978): 14-35.

“Contemporary Communal Childrearing: A First Analysis.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 9 (July-August 1974): 26-28.

“Conversation with Jud Jerome.” Communitas, no. 1 (July 1972): 24-29.

Cooley, Chelsea. “Ad Astra per Aspera: Through Adversity to the Stars—A Community Member’s Passage to India and Back.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 60-61, 77.

“Co-op America.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 60 (October/November 1983): 24, 41.

“The Co-op Choice.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 62 (Spring 1984): 16-24.

“Co-op Map.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 19 (March/April 1976): 40-41.

“Cooperative Alternatives: Food.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 21 (July/August 1976): 32-35.

“Cooperative Alternatives: The Ontario Network.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 22 (September/October 1976): 44-45.

“Cooperative Artists Institute.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 45 (October/November 1980): 6-7.

“Cooperative Group Solutions: Advice About How to Handle Challenging Dynamics.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 10-12.

Cordivae, Jacob Stevens. “Why Urban Ecovillages Are Crucial.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 37-38.

Corr, Michael. “Letter From a Zen Monastery.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 13 (March/April 1975): 33.

Cothron, Blake. “The Art and Ethics of Visitor Programs.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 155 (Summer 2012): 38-41.

Cothron, Blake. “Food Security in Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 144 (Fall 2009): 54-56, 79.

“Counter Culture Law.” Communities, no. 2 (February 1973): 7-10.

Cox, Craig. “Ally or Adversary: who are we fighting?” Communities, no. 55 (October/November 1982): 28-30.

Cox, Craig. “CCA: An Institute Journal.” Communities, no. 55 (October/November 1982): 32-33.

Cox, Craig. “The Co-op Wars.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 85 (Winter 1994): 36-37.

Cox, Craig. “Greenwald leaves questions and controversies behind at the co-op.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 58 (April/May 1983): 54-56.

Cox, Craig. “International Relations: Can Cooperatives Bridge the Gap.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 61 (Winter 1983/84): 39-40.

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Craig, Paula L. “How a Steady State Economy Can Change Our Lives.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 42-43, 45-47.

C[raig], P[aula] L. “What is ‘Globalization’?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 44.

Crandall, Benjamin. “Kindista: Technology for Living More Freely.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 165 (Winter 2014): 42-43.

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“Creativity and Mass Resistance.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 70 (Spring 1986): 38. Article from the Collective Networker Newsletter

Creighton, Mandy. “Community Cured My Asthma and Allergies.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 145 (Winter 2009): 44-45, 75.

Creighton, Mandy and Ryan Mlynarczk. “From Car and House to Bicycle and Tent: Seeking a Simpler, More Abundant Life.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 141 (Winter 2008): 52-54, 78.

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Critchlow, Margaret and Andrew Moore. “When Do We Begin to Flourish in Senior Cohousing? The answer is: Sooner than you’d think.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 157 (Winter 2012): 60-61.

Crowell, Peter. “‘I Can’t Live Without Women’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 118 (Summer 2003): 46-49.

Cruz, Sandy and Diana LeafeChristian. “My Turn: Bloom Where You’re Planted.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 95 (Summer 1997): 9-11.

“Cult Awareness Network Bites the Dust.”Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 93 (Winter 1996): 9.

Cummings, Michael and Harv Bishop. “A Communitarian Council of Economic Advisors.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 94 (Spring 1997): 15.

Cummings, Michael and Harv Bishop. “A Communitarian President?” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 93 (Winter 1996): 18.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “‘Cults’ & Communitarians.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 88 (Fall 1995): 16-17.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “Former Communitarians Respond.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 8-9.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “From the Horse’s Mouth: What Can Outsiders See That Community Members Can’t?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 95 (Summer 1997): 15-16.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “Living in Community: Original Visions and Actual Experience.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 85 (Winter 1994): 7-9.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “A Look at Religious Communitarianism.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 86 (Spring 1995): 12-13.

Cummings, Michael and Harv Bishop. “Love, Sex, and Romance in Community: Research Findings from Community Members.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 87 (Summer 1995): 10-11.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “‘Open-Minded’, ‘Closed-Minded’ Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 8-9.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “Stereotypes Challenged.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 10-12.

Cummings, Mike. “A Tale of Two Communes: A Scholar and His Errors.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 64-72.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Baker. “Voices of Our Elders.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 89 (Winter 1995): 14-15.

Cummings, Mike and Harv Bishop. “What If a Communitarian Were Running for President?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 10-11.

Curl, John. “Heartwood.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 47 (February/March 1981): 24.

Curry, Mollie. “Exploring Women-Only Workshops.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 99 (Summer 1998): 38-39.

Curry, Mollie. “What’s Masculine, What’s Feminine, and What Am I?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 138 (Spring 2008): 44-47.

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Dailey, Dianne. “Feminism in Student Leadership Development.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 73-76.

Dalby, Peter. “Technology: Its Role and Function in Intentional Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 67 (Summer 1985): 8-11.

Dale, Rebecca. “How Currents Community Got Its Groove Back.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 142 (Spring 2009): 48-49.

Dale, Rebecca. “Inviting God to Dance.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, no. 154 (Spring 2012): 51, 77.

Dale, Rebecca. “It Takes a Community to Grow an Elder.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 16-17.

Damon, James; Tai Shinohara; and Bethany Walton. “Diversity at Camphill Soltane.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 155 (Summer 2012): 29-31.

“Dance Collective.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 45 (October/November 1980): 7.

Dandelion, Jane. “Federation Sponsors Conference at Dandelion.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 28 (September/October 1977): 36-37.

Dandelion, Jane. “Speculum ‘78: A Look At Ourselves.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 39 (August/September 1979): 2-6.

“Dandelion.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 51 (December 1981): 49-56.
“Dandelion.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 73 (Winter 1987): 4-6.

Danforth, Art. “Can our bank become self-supporting?” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 58 (April/May 1983): 58-60.

Danforth, Art. “Twelve Challenges: Guidelines for Consumer Goods Co-op Development in Inner Cities.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 44 (June/July 1980): 45-46.

Daniell, Alex. “The Meandering Paths of Arcadia.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 136 (Fall 2007): 57-60.

Daniell, Alex. “Opportunity Village Eugene: Pioneering New Solutions for the (Formerly) Homeless.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 162 (Spring 2014): 58-61, 77.

Danielsson, Claire. “Therapy: Catholic Worker Style.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 14 (May/June 1975): 30-31.

Darling, Allen. “World Symposium on Humanity.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 26 (May June 1977): 52-55.

da Silva, Arjuna. “The Awesome Power of the Non-Consenting Voice.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 48-49, 76.

d[a] S[ilva], A[rjuna]. “Generational Crossroads.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 25.

da Silva, Arjuna. “Growing a Culture of Community Health and Well-Being at Earthaven Ecovillage.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 145 (Winter 2009): 16-17, 71.

da Silva, Arjuna. “How Permaculture Stole My Community!” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 54-55.

da Silva. Arjuna. “Off the Grid and Out of the Trash Can.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 156 (Fall 2012): 14-16.

da Silva, Arjuna. “On Becoming Elder.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 24-26.

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da Silva, Arjuna. “Restorative Circles and the Missing Link in Conflict Mediation.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 166 (Spring 2015): 50-52.

da Silva, Arjuna. “With Arms Spread Wide with Love.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 61-63.

Davenport-Moore, Susan; Nina Lanphear; and Kirsten Ellen Johnson. “Families of Origin.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 58-62. Panel Discussion on childhood in community

David. “The Commune Movement in the Middle 1970’s.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 23 (November/December 1976): 21-26.

David. “Community & the Small Group Problem.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 17 (November/December 1975): 21-24. Reprinted from Leaves of Twin Oaks.

David. “Gay Relationship.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 17 (November/December 1975): 8-13.

David. “The New Localism—an ideology for our age? Part 1.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 25 (March-April 1977): 40-42.

David. “Social Planning: A Small Group Problem.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 21 (July/August 1976): 23-28.

David. “Social Science.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 18 (January/February 1976): 51-52.

Davidson, Bruce. “Sustainability: Reflections from an Eco-Warrior.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 147 (Summer 2010): 32-33, 76.

Davidson, Gordon and Corinne McLaughlin. “Relationship as Education.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 41 (December 1979/January 1980): 36-38. Originally published in Onearth Magazine (Findhorn)

Davidson, Gordon and Corinne McLaughlin. “Spiritual Principles for Building Communities and Groups.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 53 (April/May 1982): 51-52.

Davidson, Gordon. “What Communities Have Learned About Economics.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Summer 1994): 26-28.

Davidson, Joel. “Living in the Ozarks.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 22 (September/October 1976): 24-27.

Davis, John and Chuck Matthei. “Community Land Trust: A New Approach to Home Ownership.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 54 (June/July 1982): 23-29. Includes notes on specific groups

Davis, Lisa. “Marge Piercy on Cooperative Living.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 57-58. Interview

Davis, Norman. “Cooperatives and Communities: A Movement Is Confronted By Its Ideals.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 44 (June/July 1980): 4-5.

Davis, Norman. “Washington Community Futures.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 47 (February/March 1981): 20-21, 31.

Davis, Steven. “Healing Work in a Healing Biotope: An interview with Dr. Amélie Weimar.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 145 (Winter 2009): 35-41.

Davis. “Cooperatives and Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 46 (December 1980 / January 1981): 65-68.

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Dawson, Isaac. “My Son Michael.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 88 (Fall 1995): 36-38. Myrtle Tree Farm

Dawson, Jonathan. “Findhorn’s Incredible Footprint.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 143 (Summer 2009): 26-27, 71.

Dawson, Jonathan. “From Eco-Kooks to Eco-Consultants.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 137 (Winter 2007): 48-51.

Dawson, Jonathan. “How Ecovillages Can Grow Sustainable Local Economies.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 56-61.

Dawson, Jonathan. “Peak Oil as ‘Opportunity’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 130 (Spring 2006): 48-50.

Dawson, Jonathan. “Recipe for a Thriving Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 119 (Fall 2003): 37-40.

Dawson, Steven. “The Industrial Cooperative Association: Blending Theory and Practice in Workplace Democracy.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 39 (August/September 1979): 30-33.

de la Vista, Rio. “Winstar Foundation.” Avery, Basil. “As the Spirit Moves.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 69 (Winter 1986): 38-41.

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“Dear Someone.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 9 (July-August 1974): 2-6.
“Decision-Making Processes in a 20th Century Social Experiment.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 18 (January/February 1976): 32-33. Cartoon

“Deep Valley Farm: An Unconscious Drama.” Communities, no. 4 (1973): 40-44.

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Delapa, Paul and Diana Christian. “The Fellowship’s Seasons of Change.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 99 (Summer 1998): 18-20. Fellowship for Intentional Community

DeLapa, Paul. “Nurturing Our Potential.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 86 (Spring 1995): 28-29.

DeLapa, Paul and Betty Didcoct. “Things you (as a participant) can do to improve meetings.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 109 (Winter 2000): 35.

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French, Kimberly. “Health-Politics Connection EXPOsed in New York.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 58 (April/May 1983): 12-16.

French, Mary. “Free-Style Dances.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 46 (December 1980 / January 1981): 6-7.

Freundlich, Paul. “Affordability for Whom?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 49-50.

Freundlich, Paul. “All the Way To the Bay.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 44 (June/July 1980): 32-33.

Freundlich, Paul. “Another Place.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 42 (February/March 1980): 44-45.

Freundlich, Paul. “Bingo: The Community Dog.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 45 (October/November 1980): 48-49.

Freundlich, Paul. “Building Community.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 24 (January/February 1977): 27.

Freundlich, Paul. “‘Candle-light’ (or ‘Beam Them Somewhere Else, Scotty’).” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 9, 11.

Freundlich, Paul. “Communtiy Organizing: Overview.” In A Guide to Cooperative Alternatives: Community Participation, Social Change, Well-Being, Appropriate Technology, Networking and Almost Anything Else Hopeful in America, (New Haven, CT and Louisa, VA: Community Publications Cooperative, 1979): 9-10.

Freundlich, Paul. “Co-op America.” Communities, no. 55 (October/November 1982): 26-27.

Freundlich, Paul. “Communications and Networking: Overview.” In A Guide to Cooperative Alternatives: Community Participation, Social Change, Well-Being, Appropriate Technology, Networking and Almost Anything Else Hopeful in America, (New Haven, CT and Louisa, VA: Community Publications Cooperative, 1979): 71-72.

Freundlich, Paul. “Community as a Spiritual Path.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 53 (April/May 1982): 4-5.

Freundlich, Paul. “Community Dance.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 22-23.

Freundlich, Paul. “Conversations, Continuity, and Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 164 (Fall 2014): 38-39.

Freundlich, Paul. “Co-op America: An Invitation.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 54 (June/July 1982): 51.

Freundlich, Paul. “Creating Community in ‘New Heaven’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 85 (Winter 1994): 33-35.

Freundlich, Paul. “Culture: Overview.” In A Guide to Cooperative Alternatives: Community Participation, Social Change, Well-Being, Appropriate Technology, Networking and Almost Anything Else Hopeful in America, (New Haven, CT and Louisa, VA: Community Publications Cooperative, 1979): 137-138.

Freundlich, Paul. “Daedalus and Icarus Fly Home.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 32 (May/June 1978)): 26-29. Fiction about Daedalus Community

Freundlich, Paul. “The Dance of Expansive Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 142 (Spring 2009): 50-51.

Freundlich, Paul. “Economics and Work.” In A Guide to Cooperative Alternatives: Community Participation, Social Change, Well-Being, Appropriate Technology, Networking and Almost Anything Else Hopeful in America, (New Haven, CT and Louisa, VA: Community Publications Cooperative, 1979): 31-32.

Freundlich, Paul. “El Salvador: Ghost Images.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 48 (April/May 1981): 32-33.

Freundlich, Paul. “Family, Tribe, and Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 19 (March/April 1976): 71.

Freundlich, Paul, ed. “The Great Alternative Life Group in the Sky . . . Five Years Later.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 41 (December 1979/January 1980: 9-23.

Freundlich, Paul. “Have You Heard The One About . . . ?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 36 (January/February 1979): 4-7. Reprinted in no. 56 with subtitle Journal of Cooperation (December 1982/January 1983): 28-30.

Freundlich, Paul. “Heaven Can’t Wait.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 36 (January/February 1979): [ii], 64. Reprinted in no. 56 with subtitle Journal of Cooperation (December 1982/January 1983): 31-32.

Freundlich, Paul. “I Want A Paper Tiger I Can Call My Own.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 48 (April/May 1981): 20-23.

Freundlich, Paul. “Love Is Not Quite All U Need.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 51 (December 1981): 32-33.

Freundlich, Paul. “Marketing the Movement: If the Business of the USA is Doing Business, Let’s Do It Our Way.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 49 (June/July 1981): 45-46.

Freundlich, Paul. “Models and Paths.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 44 (June/July 1980): 34-36.

Freundlich, Paul. “Networking or Don’t Get Fazed by the Maze.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 35 (November/December 1978): 25-27. Consumer Cooperative Alliance

Freundlich, Paul. “Notes In Passing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 34 (September/October 1978): 44-45.

Freundlich, Paul. “Notes in Passing: Traveling by Doggerel, Summer 1977.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 29 (November/December 1977): 7-19.

Freundlich, Paul. “Notes in Passing: Values Worth Replicating.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 10.

Freundlich, Paul. “Survey of Democratic Businesses.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 46 (December 1980 / January 1981): 73-74.

Freundlich, Paul. “Thoughts about The Old Folks at Home.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 64 (Fall 1984): 4-7. Comment on Michael Bishop’s The Old Folks At Home (1978)

Freundlich, Paul, ed. “Three Economic Perspectives.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 26 (May June 1977): 17-23.

Freundlich, Paul, ed. “Towards a Community Future.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 32 (May/June 1978): 2-4.

Freundlich, Paul. “Towards a Community Future.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 32 (May/June 1978)): 2-4.

Freundlich, Paul. “Virtual Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Summer 1994): 10, 17.

Freundlich, Paul. “The Way We Were: Editing Communities, 1975-1984.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 97 (Winter 1997): 39-42.

Freundlich, Paul, ed. “Passages” What Have We Learned/” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 85 (Winter 1994): 32-63.

Fried, Amy. “The Berkeley Free Clinic.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 70 (Spring 1986): 19-22.

Friedlund, Damien. “Honesty and Intimacy.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 151 (Summer 2011): 21-24.

Frome, Taylor. “The East Wind ‘Child Process’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 73 (Winter 1987): 19-20.

Fromm, Dorit. “Central Living in the Netherlands: The Influence of Architecture on Social Structure.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 121-123.

Fromm, Dorit and Els de Jong. “Community and Health: Immigrant Senior Cohousing in the Netherlands.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 145 (Winter 2009): 50-53.

“Front Range Futures.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 51 (December 1981): 23-27.

Frothingham, Dianne. “Community Design Forum.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 71 & 72 (Summer/Fall 1986): 64.

“Frustrations of a Cottage Industry.” Communities, no. 7 (March-April 1974): 47-49.

Fuchs, Ben. “Money as ‘Shadow’ Issue at Findhorn.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 98 (Spring 1998): 33-37.

[Furchgott, Eve]. “Beheading of Greeneyed Monster.” By Even Eve (pseud.). Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 14 (May/June 1975): 26-29.

[Furchgott, Eve]. “Cinderella Goes Hip.” By Even Eve (pseud.). Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 64 (Fall 1984): 19-28.

[Furchgott, Eve]. “Far Out West.” By Even Eve (pseud.). Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 41 ((December 1979/January 1980: 43-46.

[Furchgott, Eve]. “Multiple Parenting: Kerista The First Eight Years.” By Even Eve (pseud.). Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 76 (May 1990): 28-31.

[Furchgott, Eve]. “Social Contract of the Gestalt-O-Rama: Do-It-With-Friends Mental Health System.” By Even Eve (pseud.). Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 64 (Fall 1984): 38-44.

Furchgott, Eve. “The Soul of Intentional Community.” In The 1990/91 Directory of Intentional Communities. A Guide to Cooperative Living (Stelle, Illinois: Communities Publications Cooperative / Evansville, Indiana: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 1990), 41-42.

Furchgott, Eve. “What Happened to Kerista.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 31-33.

“Further Thoughts on a Community Changes.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 20. Responses to Brause, Dianne G. “Elderhood, In and Out of Community.”

Fuson, Steve. “Padanaram Village School.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 83-85.

“Future of the Counter-Culture: Conference at Santa Barbara February 24-25, 1973.” Communities, no. 4 (1973): 9-10.

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Gabriel, Simona. “The Person I Became.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 35. The Farm

Gallagher, Brandy. “Making It Naturally Affordable: O.U.R. Ecovillage Breaks Regulatory Ground.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 42-43.

Gallagher, Brandy and Elke Cole. “The Marriage of Natural Building with Conventional Building.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 139 (Summer 2008): 59-63.

Gallagher, Brandy. “Redefining Work.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 152 (Fall 2011): 38, 75.

Gallagher, Brandy. “When No is Just an Uneducated Yes.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 137 (Winter 2007): 39-43.

Gallant, Allan D. “Community-based Economic Development as viewed by a seasoned practitioner.” Communities, no. 55 (October/November 1982): 10-11.

Gardner, Kristen and Michael G. Smith. “Family Style” Income Sharing.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 39-43.

G[ardner], K[risten] and M[ichael] G. S[mith]. “Nonprofit Land Ownership and Member Equity.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 41.

Gaskin, Stephen. “Stephen Gaskin Running for President in 2000.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 102 (Spring 1999): 10-11.

Gaston, Sean. “Living ‘Lord of the Flies’ at Strange Farm.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 15-18. Part rpt. from the Fall 19994 issue.

“Gatherings ‘83.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 60 (October/November 1983): 9-20. Association for Humanistic Psychology; Midwest Academy Retreat; Consumer Co-op Alliance; Dance New England; Peoples March for Jobs, Peace and Freedom

Gauthier, Monique, ed. “Communities, the Millennium, & Y2K.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 101 (Winter 1998): 22-59.

Geddes, Alexandra. “A Day in the Life of a Free-Range Toddler.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 123 (Summer 2004): 61-63. Emerald Earth, CA

Gelberg, Steven J. (Subhananda Das). “On Leaving the ‘Hare Krishnas’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 88 (Fall 1995): 39-42.

G[enauer], E[than]. “Essential Questions about Food Scarcity.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 130 (Spring 2006): 40.

G[enauer], E[than]. “How Vulnerable Are We to Food Scarcity? The Relationship Between Oil and Food.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 130 (Spring 2006): 37.

Genauer, Ethan. “Peak Oil & Community Food Security.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 130 (Spring 2006): 36-41, 62-63.

Genser, Julie. “Beyond Sustainability: Building for Health accommodating people with environmental intolerances in intentional community living.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 147 (Summer 2010):60-64.

Geroe. “Seeds.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 15 (July/August 1975): 10-17. LimeSaddle

Geroe. “What Makes a Circus Work.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 31 (March/April 1978): 42-44.From the November 1974 issue

Gerri. “Government at Twin Oaks.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 18 (January/February 1976): 7-9.

Gibbons, Jim. “Economics: Stepping Stone to Political Justice.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 58 (April/May 1983): 4-10.

Giglio, Nick. “Sunrise Ranch and the International Emissary Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 71 & 72 (Summer/Fall 1986): 46-48.

Gilboa, Yehoshua. “My Home Is My Castle.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 35 (November/December 1978): 40-45. Reprinted from Shdemot, no. 7 (1977). Kibbutz

Gillespie, Manda. “Ecovillages: Living with Fewer Trade-offs.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 116 (Fall/Winter 2002): 52-54.

Gilman, Diane A. and John L. Talbott. “Findhorn to Host International Eco-Village Conference.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 85 (Winter 1994): 17.

Gilman, Robert. “The Idea of Owning Land.” In The 1990/91 Directory of Intentional Communities. A Guide to Cooperative Living (Stelle, Illinois: Communities Publications Cooperative / Evansville, Indiana: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 1990), 109-113.

Ginsburg, Tatiana. “The Ballad of Shiram.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 138 (Spring 2008): 26-28. Russian community.

Giovale, Hilary. “Chicken à la West Birch Avenue.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 142 (Spring 2009): 52-53.

Gita. “Kripalu Ashram: An Experiment in Love.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 13 (March/April 1975): 6-9.

Gizycki, Horst von. “Rainbows and Networks in West Germany.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 39 (August/September 1979): 37-39.

Gladstone, Arthur. “Project Share.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 70 (Spring 1986): 29.

Glaser, Kristin and Eugene Gendlin. “Changes.” Communities, no. 2 (February 1973): 30-36.

“Glimpses.” Communities, no. 8 (May/June 1974): 49.

Glotzbach, Bob. “Moon Valley: A Community on the Horizon?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 62-63.

Glover, Paul. “An Abundance of Small, Sustainable Solutions.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 48-49.

Glover, Paul. “Making Our Own Sustainable Local Economy.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 101 (Winter 1998): 54-55.

Glover, Paul. “‘Mutual Enterprise’: Creating New Jobs Locally.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 54-55.

Glover, Paul. “Our Own Low-Cost Health Fund: How Communitarians, or Anyone Else, Can Benefit from this Grassroots ‘Insurance’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 114 (Spring 2002): 12-14.

Gobbett, Don. “From 78 to 73 in Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, no. 154 (Spring 2012): 50. Age

Goens, Arlene. “Moving into community as a senior.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 145 (Winter 2010): 36.

Goering, Richard. “Project America.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 23 (November/December 1976): 44-47.

Goering, Richard. “Renascence Project: Reducing Ideas . . . . to Practice.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 28 (September/October 1977): 14-19.

“Going Solar? Making It Happen.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 111 (Summer 2001): 52-53.

Gold, Stephen. “Joining a Cohousing Community: Risks and Rewards.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 127 (Summer 2005): 53-57.

Gomez, Carlos “Pato”. “Gratamira Social Club: The Ecovillage Lies Within.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 125 (Winter 2004): 54-56.

“Good Meetings: Business Well-Being.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 140 (Fall 2008): 12-15.

Goodhue, Gary. “Affordability at Sunrise Ranch.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 28-29.

Goodman, Lynne. “Little Intimacies.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 151 (Summer 2011): 34. Part of “Three Perspectives on Intimacy in Community” (32-34).

Goodwin, Kim. “Affordability: Angst and Angels.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 18-21.

Gordon, Mildred, for the Ganas Community. “Intentional Communities as Laboratories: Learning Participatory Management & Direct Democracy.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 54-58. Reprinted in Communities Directory: A Guide to Cooperative Living, 1995 Edition (Langley, Washington: Fellowship for Intentional Community): 126-131.

Gordon, Mildred. “Ganas: The Feedback Learning Experiment.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 86 (Spring 1995): 57-59.

Gordon, Pamela. “Women in Ancient Epicurean Communities: ‘Companions’ or Philosophers.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 30-32.

Gordon, Pamela. “Women in Ancient Epicurean Communities: ‘Companions’ or Philosophers.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 30-32.

Gorley, Patty Mara. “Should We Lock Our Community Buildings?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 117 (Spring 2003): 20. Excerpted from Cohousing-L Listserv.

Gottlieb, Stephen. “How To Start a Parent Coop Daycare Center.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 46 (December 1980 / January 1981): 4-5.

Gottlieb, Steve. “Which Came First? The Politics or the Kids.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 31 (March/April 1978): 6-7.

Gourley, Patty Mara. “Challenge, Resolution, Dreams Come True: What makes for ‘community spirit’ after cohousing move-in?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 107 (Summer 2000): 42-46.

Graham, Ritchie. “Path With a Behaviorist Heart.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 103 (Summer 1999): 42-44.

Granberg-Michaelson, Wesley. “‘Come and See the Life We Share’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 28.

Granston, Dianne and Margaret Flinter. “Health Care Coops: Diagnosis and Prognosis.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 44 (June/July 1980): 37-40.

“Grapevine.” Communitas, no. 1 (July 1972): 47-52. A lot of very short notes. Like the later directories

“Grapevine.” Communitas, no. 2 (September 1972): 46-50. A lot of very short notes. Like the later directories

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 1 (December 1972): 46-51. Nethers Community, Peace Bread and Land Band, Lime-Saddle Cooperative, Rainbow Farm, Family Synergy, People’s Farm, Religious Society of Families, New Community Projects, The Ithaca Project

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 2 (February 1973): 45-56. Love is Our Nature, Inc., North Mountain, Merion, Twin Oaks, A Therapeutic Community of Communes, Lime Saddle, Leatherbark Community Farm, Koinonia, Nethers Community, Springtree, New York, Ananda Cooperative Village, ‘New Life’ Community in the French Alps, Iris Mountain, Utopia, USA Revisited, Heathcote Community (Part I), Ithaca Project, Crow Hall, Norfolk, England, Vermont

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 3 (1973): 46-50. Short notes from thirteen communities

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 4 (1973): 47-48, 50-52. Brief notes on twelve communities

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 5 (October-November 1973): 36-44. Active Acres Cooperative, Community Service, Inc., The Dinkey Story, Garden of Joy Blues, The Greenhouse, The Farm, Living Communion Association, The Ithaca Project, Mendocino Farm & Folk School, Nethers Community School, Pahana Town Forum, Springtree, North Mountain, Leaves of Twin Oaks

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 6 (December [1973]-January 1974): 51-55. Acorn, Bhoodan Center, Fight/CI., Harbin Hot Springs, International Pioneer Academy of San Francisco, Koinonia, Lime Saddle, North Mountain, Pahana

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 7 (March-April 1974): 39-46. Vocations for Social Change, Maccabee Farm / Hunters Lodge, Ananda, New Community Projects, Valley Cooperative School, Project Artaud, Communitarian Village, The Village of Arts + Ideas, Dinky, ISCE, Twin Oaks — Juniper, Ohana Aloha

“Grapevine.” Communities, no. 8 (May-June 1974): 40-48.

“Grapevine.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 9 (July/August 1974): 59-62. Camphill Village, East River Community, Hunters Lodge, I Am, Batavia Community, Entwood, Big Island Creek Folks, The Farm, Havurah Shalom, Plow Creek Fellowship, Dinky Universal Church, 100 Mile Lodge, Magic Animal Farm, Free State of the Ark, Nethers Community School, Ananda Marga Yoga, Headlands, The Purple Submatine, Springtree, Iris Mountain, Alternative LifeStyle Community, Julian Woods Community, The Graniteville Commune

“Grapevine.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 11 (December 1974): 50-55. PS.S. Free U, Alternative to Alienation, Human Dancing Co., Twin Oaks, Safespace Island, Cedarwood, The Karum Group, Inc., Concord, Lime Saddle

“Grapevine.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 12 (January/February 1975): 54-57. Ananda, Maple Hill, Mullein Hill, Mountain Grove, Nethers, Twin Oaks

“Grapevine.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 13 (March/April 1975): 48-53. Short notes on Lighthouse Ranch, Cedarwood, Community of the Simple Life, Grateful Union, Springtree, Plowshare, Forest River Community, New Dvaraka, A Woman’s Place, Fellowship of Believers

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 17 (November/December 1975): 56-57.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 18 (March/April 1976): 72-73.

“The Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 19 (March/April 1976): 72-73. Miccosukee Land Cooperative, Arcosanti, Ananda Apprentice Program, Rainbow Family Tribal Gathering

“The Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 20 (May/June 1976): 48-50. Crabapple, East Wind, Twin Oaks, New Life Foundation, Family Synergy, Dandelion

“Grapevine.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 21 (July/August 1976): 49-51. East Wind, North Mountain, Walden Two Week, Philadelphia Life Center, Twin Oaks, Kerista, Aliya

“Grapevine.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 22 (September/October 1976): 52-53. Ananda, Springtree, East Wind, Open House Community

“Grapevine.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 23 (November/December 1976): 52, 55.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 26 (May/June 1977): 23. Aliya, Dandelion, The Birth Center

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 27 (July/August 1977): 50-51. A Woman’s Place, Integrity, and notes on newsletters

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 28 (September/October 1977): 46-50.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 33 (July/August 1978): 55-56. Older women’s network and feminist publishing

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 34 (September/October 1978): 60-61.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 35 (November/December 1978): 47-49.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 36 (January/February 1979): 55-56.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 41 (December 1979/January 1980): 50-54.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 42 (February/March 1980): 54-57.

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 44 (June/July 1980): 63-64. Kibbutz, Gordon Park Food Co-op

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 45 (October/November 1980): 51-54. Miscellaneous notes, Camphill

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 52 (January/March 1982): 46-47. Notes on Gesundheit Institute and West Coast Network

“Grapevine.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 31 (March/April 1978): 52-55. Open House Community. 3HO, Ananda Update, Utopian Studies Conference

“Grapevine: Shannon Farm.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 32 (May/June 1978)): 51-52.

Gravestock, Lynn. “Another Briarpatch Story.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 70 (Spring 1986): 31-32. Article from the Collective Networker Newsletter

“The Great Alternative Life Group in the Sky . . . Five Years Later, part 2.” Communities: A Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 42 (February/March 1980): 38-43.

Greco, Thomas H., Jr. “Network Memo.” Communities: Journal of Cooperation, no. 71 & 72 (Summer/Fall 1986): 67-69.

Green, Craig. “Recipe for a ‘Tribal Synergistic Ecovillage’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 25-27.

Green, Mike. “Finding my Heart at Camphill Soltane.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 121 (Winter 2003): 54-57.

Greenberg, Arnold. “Deep Run School of Homesteading.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 40 (October/November 1979): 46.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Chaos & Community: Memories of a ‘Wild Child”.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 29-31. Interview of Sean Gaston

Greenberg, Daniel. “Child-Adult Friendships, Part I.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 17.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Child-Adult Friendships, Part II.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 91 (Summer 1996): 17.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Children in Community.” In The 1990/91 Directory of Intentional Communities. A Guide to Cooperative Living (Stelle, Illinois: Communities Publications Cooperative / Evansville, Indiana: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 1990), 61-64.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Children in Community: Fairyland or Fairy Tale?” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 130-34.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Children in Community: Multiple Parenting in Community: The Disadvantages.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 87 (Summer 1995): 22-23.

Greenberg, Daniel. “College Courses on Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 53-55.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Communities Where You Can Learn.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 49-52.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Community Children and the ‘Outside World.’” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 93 (Winter 1996): 19.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Ecovillages and Academia.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 147 (Summer 2010): 34-37.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Intentional Education.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 84 (Fall 1994): 18-19.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Keeping Our Children Safe.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 107 (Summer 2000): 56-57.

Greenberg, Daniel, ed. “Let’s Go! Learning Opportunities About Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 26-56.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Let’s Go! Learning Opportunities About Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 26-29.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Multiple Parenting in Community: The Advantages.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 86 (Spring 1995): 24-25.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Peer Relationships.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 12.

Greenberg, Daniel. “A Place in the Tribe.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 114 (Spring 2002): 22-23.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Spirituality and Ecovillage Education.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, no. 154 (Spring 2012): 56-57.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Supporting Children in Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 88 (Fall 1995): 22-23.

Greenberg, Daniel. “Why Educate in Community.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 94 (Spring 1997): 19.

Greenberg, Jonathan. “Adapting to ‘Overnight’ Change.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 105 (Winter 1999): 34-39.

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Otto, Brian. “International Communes Conference.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 52 (January/March 1982): 28-31.

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Paiss, Bill. “Creating a Collective Vision.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 80/81 (Spring-Summer 1993): 14-15. Cohousing

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Paiss, Bill. “Perspectives on Creating Cohousing Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 12-13.

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Pauley, Cindy. “Sirius Hosts the FIC Spring ‘93 Board Meeting.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 82 (Spring 1994): 22.

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Paulson, Lisa. “Mixing Up Visionaries and ‘Regular Folks’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 90 (Spring 1996): 48-49.

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Pennington, Julie, ed. “Life After Student Co-ops.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 125 (Winter 2004): 30-48.

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Pennington, Julie. “Planning a Community Visit.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 122 (Spring 2004): 36-41.

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Peterson, Joe V. “‘Behold How Good’: Music and Christian Communities.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 65.

Peterson, Joe V. “The Rise & Fall of Shiloh.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 60-65.

Peterson, Joe V. “What You Need to Know About Christian Communities . . .” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 92 (Fall 1996): 24-27.

Peterson, Joe V. “What You Should Know About Christian Communities.” In Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living 2000 Edition (Rutledge, MO: Fellowship for Intentional Community, 2000), 60-63.

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“Philadelphia Life Center.” Communitas, no. 1 (July 1972): 16-19.

Phoenix, Danielle. “‘Dreeeeeem On!’ The Re-Education of a Nonprofit Seeking to Build a Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 159 (Summer 2013): 47-49.

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Pietzner, Cornelius M. “Art in Everyday Life, and the ‘Fine Art’ of Social Life.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 93 (Winter 1996): 60-61.

Pimentel, Carol. “The Hope Street Gang Forever.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 102 (Spring 1999): 13-102. Reprinted from HopeDance: The Magazine About Making a Difference in SLO County.

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Sandhill, Laird. “Is the Communities Movement ‘Regionally Challenged?’” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 86 (Spring 1995): 22-23.

Sandhill, Laird. “Leaning Into the Punch: And Learning How Not to Get Hit.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 104 (Fall 1999): 6-7.

Sandhill, Laird. “Minding Your Peace and Cues: Searching for the ‘Whole’ in Holistic Health.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 102 (Spring 1999): 7-9.

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Sandhill, Laird. “Y2K. Opportunity of the Millennium: A Chip Off the Old Clock.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 101 (Winter 1998): 6-7.

Sandhill, Laird. “You’re Not Just a Customer . . . You Own the Place.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 105 (Winter 1999): 15.

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Schaub, Laird. “Afloat in Choppy Seas: Though Our Support is Hot, Our Profits are Not.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 147 (Summer 2010): 6-7.

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Schaub, Laird. “Being Vigilant about Vigilante Dynamics.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, no. 150 (Spring 2011): 6, 9.

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Schaub, Laird. “Blogging: Pulling Proposals out of a Hat (or Some Orifice).” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 140 (Fall 2008): 53, 73.

Schaub, Laird. “Boomerang.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 166 (Spring 2015): 6-7, 70.

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Schaub, Laird. “‘Busting the Myth, Part II’: More Thoughts.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 156 (Fall 2012): 66-67.

Schaub, Laird. “But Seriously Folks . . . When to Take a Joke and When to Give One.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 113 (Winter 2001): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. “Changeaculture: Why Chinese Garlic in Iowa Is Not a Good Sign.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 153 (Winter 2011): 6-8.

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Schaub, Laird. “The Cohousing Conference in Carolina . . . A Senior Moment?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 15-17.

Schaub, Laird. “Cohousing’s 2020 Vision: Warm and a Bit Fuzzy.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 112 (Fall 2001): 14-16.

Schaub, Laird. “Communities Limbo Dances Through 2002. How Low Can We Go?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 118 (Summer 2003): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. ‘Confessions of a Process Warrior: Looking for Plowshares Among the Swords.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 126 (Spring 2005): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. “Conflict, Terrorism & Humility: The Cooperators Response.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 113 (Winter 2001): 12-14.

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Schaub, Laird. “Doing the Heavy Lifting on Affordability.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 155 (Summer 2012): 26-37, 74.

Schaub, Laird. “Double Bubble: Deep Dialogue Offers Hope for ‘Toil & Trouble’.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 108 (Fall 2000): 12-14.

Schaub, Laird. “Down the Rabbit Hole: Communities Continues to Make Friends. . .and Lose Money.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 151 (Summer 2011): 6-8.

Schaub, Laird. “The Dryer, the Chain Saw, and the Laptop.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 158 (Spring 2013): 6-8.

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Schaub, Laird. “Martyrs and Slackers: Finessing the Fit Between Flexible and Fair.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 138 (Spring 2008): 6-10.

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Schaub, Laird. “No Pat Answers: Can Communities Be a Safety Net for People Struggling in Life?” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 133 (Winter 2006): 8-10.

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Schaub, Laird. “O Subscriber, Where Art Thou? Sometimes Size Does Matter…as with Circulation.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 143 (Summer 2009): 6-8.

Schaub, Laird. “Opening Up to Strangers . . . and the Strange Ways that Kindness May Be Repaid.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 122 (Spring 2004): 6-7.

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Schaub, Laird. “The Passing of a Gentle Warrior.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 149 (Winter 2010): 6-7. On Al Anderson.

Schaub, Laird. “The Peace Bridge.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 160 (Fall 2013): 45.

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Schaub, Laird. “Power Steering: Driving Bumper to Bumper Down Leadership Lane.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 128 (Fall 2005): 48-51.

Schaub, Laird. “Problem Solving in Community: How a Group Addresses Issues Says a Lot about Its Cohesion…and Vice Versa.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 145 (Winter 2010): 6-8.

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Schaub, Laird. “The Relationship of Relationships to the Group.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 151 (Summer 2011): 30-31.

Schaub, Laird. “Rotating the Wheel of Fortune: And Navigating Safely Between Process and Product.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 110 (Spring 2001): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. “‘Ruth’ or Consequences: Defining Tough Love for Groups.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 10-13.

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Schaub, Laird. “Second Helpings: When to Talk and When to Walk.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 129 (Winter 2005): 63-64.

Schaub, Laird. “The Shipping News: While We’re Still Pumping Out Red Ink, There’s a Sea Change Coming.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 131 (Summer 2006): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. “Speaking for the Dead: Saying Goodbye to My Mother.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 119 (Fall 2003): 19-22.

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Schaub, Laird. “Stephen Gaskin Dies at 79.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 164 (Fall 2014): 7.

Schaub, Laird. “The Straw Poll That Broke the Camel’s Back.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 54-55.

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Schaub, Laird. “Taking Aim on the Future . . . By Taking a Bead on the Past.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 121 (Winter 2003): 10-11.

Schaub, Laird. “Taking Time for Transitions: Reflections on Marriage, Death, Birth, and a Community.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 137 (Winter 2007): 6-9.

Schaub, Laird. “Tangled in a Field of Dreams.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, No. 121 (Winter 2003): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. “Technology Doesn’t Change Just the Answers: Sometimes It Changes the Questions as Well.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 142 (Spring 2009): 6-8.

Schaub, Laird. “Three Essential Agreements of Effective Groups.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 148 (Fall 2010): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. “Tragedy’s Hard Questions.” COMMUNITIES: Life in Cooperative Culture, No. 136 (Fall 2007): 6-10, 12.

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Schaub, Laird. “Using Email for Community-Wide Conversations? A Few Words of Caution . . . We’ll never get the genie back in the bottle.” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 125 (Winter 2004): 6-7.

Schaub, Laird. “What Do You Mean, ‘Community’?” Communities: Journal of Cooperative Living, no. 106 (Spring 2000): 34-40.

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X

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Y

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We happily link to the following organizations, all of whom share our strong commitment to promoting community and a more cooperative world:
Cohousing The Federation of Egalitarian Communities - Communes Coop Community Cooperative Sustainable Intentional North American Students of Cooperation Global Ecovillage Network
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Bryan Bowan Architects California Cohousing International Communes Desk ICSA NICA Wolf Creek Lodge