In Reply to: The Mission posted by Jacqueline Heller on October 22, 2002 at 09:01:56:
You were saying how the Jesuits were successful because they had a "true desire to work for the communal good of the mission and in truth for God and not a high authocratic, and possible corrupted dictator." I disagree, though they had desire for the communal good, I feel like the Jesuits were under a sort of bondage of the church as an institution, which was possibly corrupted. That is why the Jesuits DID NOT succeed with the mission, ultimately. I'm not sure what class process this "bondage" represents.
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