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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 May 29, 1985 [Advertisement] Scientologists win landmark decision against government harassment — Hollywood Independent
May 22, 1985 Alberta education department will support Scientology school — Toronto Star (Canada)
May 1, 1985 Advertisement: Scientologists expose government-supported psychiatric abuses of American citizens
May 1, 1985 Advertisement: To IRS current and former employees and American citizens who know of illegal actions on the part of the IRS — Los Angeles Times (California)
Apr 26, 1985 Advertisement: Scientologists expose IRS crime and abuses — The Oregonian (Portland)
Jan 25, 1985 Scientology wins round in legal fight [article missing] — Calgary Herald (Canada)
Jul 1, 1984 Readers object to story's reference to 'confession' — Clearwater Sun (Florida) More: link
Clearwater Sun (Florida)
The ink had hardly cooled on my "ombudsman" title Monday when I received phone calls in quick succession from two persons who objected to a reference in a Sunday (June 24) story about Scientology. In the story, staff writer George-Wayne Shelor wrote that the Scientology procedure known as auditing is "somewhat similar to Catholic confession." My two callers took exception to that. One pointed out that Roman Catholic confession makes no use of electronic devices such as Scientology's "E-meter." The other ...
Jun 29, 1984 Letters to the Editor // Slamming Scientology — Clearwater Sun (Florida) More: link
Clearwater Sun (Florida)
Editor: You have received letters from persons identifying themselves as Scientologists by stating so or by the content of the letters. The Scientologists would have us believe that they offer courses designed to improve their students' thinking processes and self-images. Apparently they try to do this as well as expand intellectual horizons and establish positive thinking. They also claim to be a "church," but do not seem to publicize exactly what their practice does. Their letters to you are in reaction ...
May 13, 1984 Scientology's future remains a mystery — Fresno Bee (California) More:
link Apr 24, 1984 The cash cults move from beyond the fringe — The Bulletin (Australia)
The Bulletin (Australia)
As the Christian world celebrates Easter more off-beat religions are enjoying a boom. In Sydney BRUCE STANNARD studies the now-legal Scientologists and in the US LAURENCE GRAFSTEIN profiles Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and other odd-balls.
MOST minds are the slaves of external circumstances and conform to any hand that undertakes to mould them. - Samuel Johnson ''IN ALL the broad universe, there is no other hope for Man than ourselves. This is a tremendous responsibility. I have borne it myself too long ... Feb 17, 1984 Lionel Blackman's suit against Church of Scientology reversed (may not be exact title) — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Feb 16, 1984 Court reverses $100,000 award due from Church of Scientology — Miami Herald
Nov 27, 1983 Scientology church enters oil business — Denver Post
Nov 23, 1983 Religion: When fervour leads a faithful flock astray — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
If Moses did not receive the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai, but only said he did, Judaism would still constitute a valid religion. This hypothetical argument was put to the High Court in the recently concluded Scientology case. Mr D. Bennett, QC, representing the Church of Scientology, said that a movement's claim to be accepted as a religion did not depend on the sincerity or honesty of its founder or leaders - what counted was the attitude of the members. The ...
Oct 29, 1983 Sects welcome court decision on Scientology — Sydney Morning Herald (Australia)
Oct 28, 1983 Judges: Scientology is a religion — West Australian
Oct 28, 1983 Scientology recognised as religion by High Court // The question is 'What is religion?' — Australian Financial Review
Australian Financial Review
Scientology is a religious institution and exempt from State payroll tax, the High Court ruled unanimously yesterday. It was the first time that the court came head on with the question "What is religion?". All the judges rejected the view that belief in a supreme being was essential to religion. Justices Mason and Brennan, in a joint judgment, stressed the importance of the case in determining fundamental questions of religious freedom in Australia and the extent to which an individual is ...
Oct 28, 1983 Scientology wins status of church in High Court — The Australian
THE High Court yesterday decided to end God's exclusive reign over the nation's religious affairs, opening the way for many non-mainstream religions to claim the legal status of a church and all the financial and other privileges that go with that status. In a landmark decision handed down in Perth, the Full Court unanimously rejected a narrow definition of religion and moved towards the American judicial view under which Buddhism, Taoism, Ethical Culture and Secular Humanism have been held to be ...
Jul 21, 1983 Controversial author-stunt flyer landed in Gratis 52 years ago — Preble County news
Jun 12, 1983 Scientology funds made Hubbard rich, files show — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Mar 31, 1983 Church official: Ithaca targeted for Scientology center — Ithaca Journal (New York)
Mar 30, 1983 At odds: Two views of Scientology — Ithaca Journal (New York)
Mar 29, 1983 Much-criticized Scientology teaching doctrines in Ithaca — Ithaca Journal (New York)
Mar 4, 1983 Mystery shrouds Scientology chief — Toronto Star (Canada)
Mar 4, 1983 Scientology office stormed by police, documents seized — Toronto Star (Canada)
Mar 1, 1983 INFORMATION TO OBTAIN A SEARCH WARRANT
Feb 20, 1983 Church founder breaks 15-year silence — Orlando Sentinel
Feb 15, 1983 Religious group sues lawyer for $42 million — Daily News
Feb 2, 1983 Trial challenges liability of church — Orlando Sentinel
Jul 26, 1982 Constitution and general rules of the Church of Scientology Religious Education College More:
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