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Table Of Contents
Introduction 1. The Overthrow of the Rulers of the Mind 2. Fear: It's Screamingly Obvious 3. Recruitment: The Accidental Extremist 4. Totalist Indoctrination: Isolation In a Crowded Place 5. Family and Friends: Not as Close as Chairman Mao 6. The Will of the Fuehrer is the Party's Law: Totalist Leaders and the Structures They Create 7. Secrets and Lies: Ideology and Language in Totalist Systems 8. From the Inside Out 9. Deployable, but not Manchurian: It's a Human Thing 10. The Flute Player: What Should an Open Society Do? Acknowledgements. Appendix A The Group Attachment Interview. Appendix B Eye-Level versus Abusive, Authoritarian Relationships.
Alexandra Stein is a social psychologist who lectures and writes on cults and totalitarianism. She is an associate lecturer at Birkbeck, University of London and has also taught at the University of Minnesota and the University of Westminster. As a young woman she was a member of a political cult, an experience she described in her first book, Inside Out.