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Aug 20, 2007
The cult that spawned the tough-love teen industry — Mother Jones
Type: Press
Author(s): Maia Szalavitz
Source: Mother Jones
The idea that punishment can be therapeutic is not unique to the Rotenberg Center. In fact, this notion is widespread among the hundreds of "emotional growth boarding schools," wilderness camps, and "tough love" antidrug programs that make up the billion-dollar teen residential treatment industry. This harsh approach to helping troubled teens has a long and disturbing history. No fewer than 50 programs (though not the Rotenberg Center) can trace their treatment philosophy, directly or indirectly, to an antidrug cult called Synanon. ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Sep 1, 1993
backtalk // We are not a cult, not a cult, not a cult... — Mother Jones
More: books.google.ca
Type: Press
Source: Mother Jones
After we ran a 250-word article about the introduction of the Church of Scientology into Russia ("L. Ron's Russia," March/April), our office was inundated by letters, the majority coming from within a ninety-mile radius of our San Francisco offices. Following is a sample of the thoughts expressed in the letters: —– Mother Jones reached its journalistic bottom with "L. Ron's Russia." It appears that you are using propaganda from either Interpol or Eli Lilly as your news. To spread this ...
Mar 1, 1993
L. Ron's Russia — Mother Jones
Feb 1, 1979
Uncovering the cult conspiracy — Mother Jones
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