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Jan 8, 1976
Commission decries psychiatric mayhem — Herald-Dispatch (Los Angeles, California)
Jan 1, 1974
The Scientology Religion — Church of Scientology World Wide Saint Hill Manor
Jun 12, 1971
Unconventional modern religion hitting snags — Valley Morning Star (Texas)
Type: Press
Author(s): George W. Cornell
Source: Valley Morning Star (Texas)
NEW YORK (AP) — An unconventional, modern-made religion, the Church of Scientology, is going strong today, in followers, facilities and systematic financing. But it also is having to fight recurrent government interference for the right to pursue its methods. "The road has been rocky," says the Rev. Kenneth J. Whitman, of the organization's Los Angeles headquarters. "But we keep growing because we're helping people." Incorporated just 16 years ago, under direction of its founder the iconoclastic American scientist-thinker [[../scienos/hubbard1.html L. Ron ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jun 11, 1971
Scientology growing despite brushes with FDA — Albuquerque Journal
Nov 21, 1969
Mental health quackery / Scientologists stage protest — Washington Daily News
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