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  • noun Plural form of Reichian.

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Examples

  • The spiritual hysteria that Reich inspired in the America of the 1940s and early '50s is as hard to explain now as the madness that 1920s crowds felt hearing Bix Beiderbecke play the cornet, especially when you consider that most Reichians were supposed to be educated skeptics and cultural critics.

    Thinking Inside the Box

  • The spiritual hysteria that Reich inspired in the America of the 1940s and early '50s is as hard to explain now as the madness that 1920s crowds felt hearing Bix Beiderbecke play the cornet, especially when you consider that most Reichians were supposed to be educated skeptics and cultural critics.

    Thinking Inside the Box

  • The goal was a 'cosmic orgasm', enthusiastically pursued by Reichians and others in the Village, where Free Love had always been a bohemian rallying cry, and Toshka was a convincing Sex Goddess herself with her own orgone box in the back room of the shop.

    We Remember - Rosetta Reitz, 1924 - 2008

  • Bray is briskly dismissive of Reich, although he tells us that Connery's work with Reichians continued to influence him for many years; he neglects, alas, to tells us in what way.

    Sean Connery by Christopher Bray

  • The trouble with Paul Goodman, the anarcho-Reichians, the whole gang ... they forget the value repression must have had in their own lives, the intensity & eagerness it produced, the over-evaluation of knowledge -- political activity, recklessness -- in a word, idealism.

    The New Republic - All Feed

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