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THE JOURNAL OF BORDERLAND RESEARCH (ISSN 0897-0394) is a publication of Borderland Sciences Research Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 429, Garberville, California 95440-0429 USA. Phone: (707) 986-7211, Fax: (707) 986-7272. Contents are © 1992 by BSRF, Inc. The Journal is published six issues a year (bi-monthly) with the assistance of the BSRF Associates. The Journal is issued to members of BSRF.
Thomas Joseph Brown
CONTRIBUTORS THIS ISSUE
Tom Brown, Trevor James Constable, Gerry Vassilatos, Len Bracken, Paramahamsa Tewari, Larry Spring, Peter Lindemann, Michael Theroux, Colette M. Dowell, N.D.
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