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Quakers and the use of power

by Paul A. Lacey

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Lacey asserts in this discussion of leadership that Friends have a deep ambivalence about the exercise of power, stemming from fear of power and confusion about authority and its relationship to power. This affects negatively our leadership in the Society of Friends and its institutions. There is some useful material here, and some that seems dated. ( )
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A reexamination of the Society of Friends at the time of Pendle Hill’s 50th Anniversary. (from Pendle Hill Bookstore)
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