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5 matching items found between Jul 1970 and Dec 1970. Furthermore, there are 961 matching items for all time not shown.
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Dec 22, 1970
Scientologists lose libel action against Tory MP and decide against an appeal — The Times (UK)
Type: Press
Source: The Times (UK)
At the end of the longest libel action in recent legal history, Mr. Geoffrey Johnson Smith, M.P., was cleared yesterday by a High Court jury of libelling the Church of Scientology of California.
Oct 10, 1970
Ex-Scientologist tells of 'fear' atmosphere // McMaster accuses Hubbard of fostering spiritual tyranny within organization — Los Angeles Times (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): John Dart
Source: Los Angeles Times (California)
One year ago an articulate but soft-spoken man named John McMaster was extolling the virtues of Scientology and L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of the worldwide, quasi-scientific "religion." Appearing on television talk shows and giving lectures as Hubbard's personal representative, McMaster was eminently qualified. He was the first person to achieve Scientology's state of "clear," which purportedly gives a person full control a his mental processes. Now McMaster describes the Church of Scientology and other organizations run by Hubbard as engaging ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 10, 1970
Those Mind Benders Called Scientologists — The Mercury (Australia)
Jul 16, 1970
Books of The Times: Scientology debunked — New York Times
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Jul 5, 1970
2 Scientologists blast organized psychiatry — Press-Telegram
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Type: Press
Author(s): Noel Swann
Source: Press-Telegram
Two Scientologists, one a psychiatrist the other a lawyer, unleashed a scathing attack on "institutional psychiatry" Saturday calling for an all-out war against "suppressive psychiatric abuse." Both men drew thunderous applause and standing ovations from some 3,000 Scientology followers when they made their tirades during the controversial group's three-day annual convention in the Long Beach Arena. AND THEIR exhortations were quickly transferred into action as scores of the L. Ron Hubbard disciples signed petitions after the talk demanding to know from ...
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