Communities, #1, Dec. 1972. "Twin Oaks."

Lifestyle!, Vol. 1, No. 1, Nov. 1972, pp.36-52

Communities, Vol. 1, No. 1, Nov. 1972, pp.24-29.

Virginian Pilot (Norfork, VA), Thursday, Sep. 28, 1972. "Twin Oaks," 2pp.

The Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA), Sun., Sept. 10, 1972. "Louisa Commune Promotes New Lifestyle."

Communitas, #2, Sep. 1972. "Twin Oaks Conference." (About the 1972 Communites Conference at Twin Oaks.) Alternatives, No. 3, Summer, 1972, p. 38.

Communitas, #1, July 1972. "Virginia, the New Dominion of Community." (Article about communities in Virginia, including Twin Oaks.)

The Cavalier Daily (University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA), May 9, 1972. "Twin Oaks Nears Skinner's Utopia." Richmond Times-Dispatch (Virginia), Feb. 1972. "Parents and Children." (Three articles on behaviorism and children at Twin Oaks."

NPS Newsletter (National Park Service publication), Mar. 20, 1972. "A day with Youth," p. 6-7. (An NPS executive management seminar attended by Tamar and Will.)

Women: A Journal of Liberation, Vol 2, No. 4. Marnie Oats, "Twin Oaks," pp.28-30. (An article on women at Twin Oaks.)

Wall Street Journal, Dec. 22, 1971. "What's This?" (An article on the use of business methods by communes.)

Free Lance Star, Town & Country Magazine (Fredericksburg, VA), Sun., Nov. 27, 1971. "Facing the Future at Twin Oaks." (Cover Story)

Technician (North Carolina State University newspaper), Oct. 25, 1971. "Twin Oaks tries communal living."

Time, Sept. 20, 1971. "Twin Oaks: On to Walden Two," 5pp. (Included in cover story on B.F. Skinner.)

The Washington Star Sunday Magazine, Sep. 12, 1971.

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Wednesday, Sep. 1, 1971. Helen B. Schaffer - Editorial Research Reports, "Life on Communal Farms is not Utopian." (Reprinted from Racine, Wis. Journal Times, Aug. 26, 1971.)

Racine, Wis., Journal Times, Aug. 26, 1971. Helen B. Schaffer - Editorial Research Reports, "Communal Farms Become Paradise Lost." (Reprinted in The Philadelphia Inquirer, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1971.)

The Washington Post, Aug. 10, 1971. "Rough Road for Va. Communes."

Daily Press (Newport News-Hampton, VA) Sunday, Jul. 18, 1971. Sandra D. Kolichman.

West Side Story (West High School, Iowa City, Iowa), Fri., Dec. 18, 1970. "Twin Oaks Offers an Alternative Life," p. 3.

The Detroit Free Press Sunday Magazine, Nov. 22, 1970

Gazette-Times (Corvolis, OR), Fri., Aug. 14, 1970. "Curious Revival: Communal Living."

Richmond Times-Dispatch (Virginia), Sunday, May 3, 1970. "Antibusiness Louisa Group has Gone Into Business," p. c-2. (An article on Twin Oaks' operation of the Yanceyville Country Store, with photo of Kat and Josh.)

(Unknown,) Apr. 9, 1970. "Elusive Security at Twin Oaks Farm," p. 13.

The New York Times Magazine, Sunday, Mar. 15, 1970. "Walden Two, Three? Many More?"

Mother Earth News, Vol. 1, #1, Jan. 1970, p. 56

Richmond Times-Dispatch (Virginia), Dec. 1, 1969. "In Modern 'Utopia'."

The Modern Utopian, Vol. 5, #1-3, 1969-1971. "Communes, U.S.A."

The Modern Utopian, Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter 1969-1970. "Communes, U.S.A." (Reprinted from Pterodactyl, Sep. 18, 1969. "A Radical Commune - an Approach to Revolution.")

The Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA), Dec. 28, 1969. "New Lifestyle: Twin Oaks." 3 pp.

The Spectrum (Buffalo, NY) Mon., Oct. 6, 1969. "How to make a living or What I did this summer."

The Spectrum (Buffalo, NY), Fri., Oct.3, 1969, "Utopia, a vision or delusion."

WIN. "A Radical Commune - an Approach to Revolution." (Reprinted from Pterodactyl, Sept. 18, 1969.)

Pterodactyl (a Grinnell College publication), Sep. 18, 1969. "A Radical Commune - an Approach to Revolution." (This article was reprinted in The Modern Utopian, Vol. 4, No. 1, Winter 1969-70, p. 3-9; also reprinted in WIN

The Cavalier Daily (University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA), Oct. 14, 1968. "Twin Oaks, Va - Look at Experimental Living of Walden II."

The Atlanta Constitution, ca. 1967-1968. Celestine Sibley, "First Report Comes Through from Fledgling Farm Group," also, "Experiment in Communitarianism Attracts Young People to Farm."

Richmond Times-Dispatch (Virginia), Oct. 29, 1967. "Modern Utopia is Sought in Louisa."

Life Science, Sep.-Oct. 1966. "Walden Two Convention Report," p. 4.Other periodicals

Walden Pool. Published in Atlanta, 1966 - 1967 by the Atlanta Walden Two Committe, which included members that went on to become the founders of Twin Oaks.

Walden House Newsletter. Published in Washington, D.C., 1965 -1967 by Walden House, which included members that went on to become the founders of Twin Oaks.

Pappus. The newsletter of Dandelion Community, Enterprise, Ontario, Canada, a former FEC community.

Hi Gloss Polyurethane. The newsletter of the now-defunct Federation community, Aloe.

Windfall. The newsletter of East Wind Community.

Community Soundings. The newsletter of the Federation of Egalitarian Communities (FEC.) Formerly a magazine of the arts for the FEC, back when Comm was the FEC newsletter.

Comm. Former FEC newsletter.