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Central Virginian (Louisa, VA), Dec. 12, 1985. "Twin Oaks Hammock Business Fourth Largest in Nation," p. 12, Certification Supplement.

The Virginian-Pilot, Sun., Oct. 27, 1985. Mike D'orso, "Walden Revisited: Twin Oaks commune, a relic of the '60s, grows and flourishes in central Virginia," pp. J1-J3. (long article).

Arab News (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, an English-language daily newspaper), Sep. 15, 1985. Virginia Curry, "Life in hippie estate goes at a slow pace." (A Reuters article.)

Southern Living (a magazine from North Carolina), Sept. 1985.

The News & Daily Advance (Lynchburg, VA), Sat., May 4, 1985. "Twin Oaks: '60s-style commune thriving in the 1980s," p. B-1. (An Associated Press article.)

Richmond Times-Dispatch (Virginia), Sun., Mar. 24, 1985. John Wirt, "Utopian Twin Oaks: Its idealism thrives," pp. H-1, H-19.

Iris, a journal about women (Women's Studies, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA), #14, 1985. Mary Beth Oelkers-Keegan, "Celebrating the Dream: Twin Oaks Women's Gathering," pp. 46-49.

Hot Flash (a newsletter for midlife and older women), Vol. 4, #4, Winter, 1984. "A Time for Sharing, Friendship, and Mutual Aid under One Roof." (There is a section about Twin Oaks in an article about shared housing.)

Communities, #85, Winter 1994. Juana Maria Gonzalez Paz, "Letters, New Member Selection"

The Courier (Waterloo, Iowa), Sun., Nov. 4, 1984. "Living the dream: Intrigued by the community way of life." (Article about Cecilia, ex-Courier employee.)

APA Monitor (American Psychological Association), Vol. 15, #11, Nov. 1984, Colleen Cordes, "Easing toward perfection at Twin Oaks," pp1, 30-31.

Furniture Today, Oct. 22, 1984. "Twin Oaks Hammocks Making Use of Solar Kilns."

Communities, #63, Summer, 1984. Kat Kinkade, "Standard of Living and Quality of Life in Community."

Stern (Germany), 1984. "Das Regenbogen-Fest." (Article abour hippies includes mention of Twin Oaks.)

Communities, #61, Winter 1983-1984. Will Stewart, "A Look Down the Road." (Long-range planning in community.)

Communities, #59, July - Aug, 1983. "Reflections on Community Living."

Communities, #50, Oct. - Nov. 1981. "A Death in the Family." "Seth's Journal." "Bridging the Gap." (Articles about death at Twin Oaks.)

The Washington Post, May 4, 1981. Sandra G. Boodman, "Communal Life: A Haven for Some, Way Station for Others," pp. A1, A2.

The Washington Post, Sun., May 3, 1981. Sandra G. Boodman, "Commune, Inc.: Twin Oaks Owes Success to Capitalism, Compromise," pp. A1, A14.

Communities, #43, Feb. - Mar. 1981. Gerri, "Walden Who?" (A short story.)

WEB newsletter, 1981

Communities, #45, Oct. - Nov. 1980. Margaret Oaks, "Community Living: One Woman's Choice."

Communities, #43, Apr. - May 1980. Larry Lenske and Mikki Wenig, "It's the Community's Business." (About Twin Oaks' hammocks business.)

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