Florence D. Conway is a social activist and author. Following the Jonestown deaths of 1978, Dr. Conway testified on February 5, 1979 regarding "The Cult Phenomenon in the United States" along with Jim Siegelman at joint House-U.S. Senate hearings on cult practices. In 2001, she and Siegelman also received the Cult Awareness Network's Leo J. Ryan Award for their work.
With Jim Siegelman, Conway wrote:
- Snapping: America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change
- Holy Terror: The Fundamentalist War on America's Freedoms in Religion, Politics and Our Private Lives.
- Dark Hero of the Information Age: In Search of Norbert Wiener, The Father of Cybernetics
- s:The Cult Phenomenon in the United States (1979)/Conway
- Shupe, Anson D.; Darnell, Susan E., eds. (2006). Agents of Discord: Deprogramming, Pseudo-Science, And the American Anticult Movement. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction. p. 130. ISBN 0-7658-0323-2.
- Flo Conway & Jim Siegelman, Stillpoint Press
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