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1 2 Jan 1, 1971 The Scandal of Scientology - 09 Attacking the Attackers — Tower Publications, Inc.
Jan 1, 1970 Scientology: the Now Religion - Chapter 4: Scientology — Delacorte Press
Nov 3, 1968 Dianetics and Scientology // Cultural lag // Some tips on studying — Wessex News (UK) [Scientology publication?] More:
link Sep 21, 1968 Scientologists issue writ — The Times (UK) More: link
The Times (UK)
The scientologists have issued a writ against a senior Sussex police officer and another against Mr. Peter Hordern, M.P. for Horsham. Mr. David Gaiman, aged 35, chief spokesman at the scientologists' international headquarters at East Grinstead, Sussex, said today: "The writs have been issued but not yet served. "One, is against Chief-inspector Robert Marshall, of the East Grinstead police division, for unlawful imprisonment of Evert Doeve, aged 42, a Dutch citizen. Mr. Doeve, a minister in the Church of Scientology, spent ...
Sep 2, 1968 The Times Forum: A Scientologist on his beliefs — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Jul 31, 1968 Is scientology sick? — The Scotsman (UK) More: link
The Scotsman (UK)
The cult of scientology won unwelcome publicity for itself last week when the Government banned foreigners coming to this country specifically to study it or to work at its centres. For a belief or pursuit which offers alleged improvements to adherents' personalities and which holds to the maxim, "if it's not written, it's not true," the organisers are remarkably chary of publicity and free with threats of writs for libel. It has recently opened three offices in Edinburgh, one of which ...
Jul 30, 1968 Mind cult's Scots trip is grounded — Scottish Daily Express (UK) More: link
Scottish Daily Express (UK)
A SPECIAL "flight-to-freedom" charter jet bringing 186 Americans to Edinburgh to study scientology, the international cult condemned by the Government, was cancelled yesterday by Caledonian Airways. The airline was told by the Home Office that the passengers would be banned from landing at Prestwick. Even if the airline had rejected the Government's advice, under international regulations they would have had to fly the passengers back to New York. An airline spokesman said yesterday: "Because of what has been said in the ...
Mar 9, 1967 Scientology attacked in debate — East Grinstead Observer More: link
East Grinstead Observer
LEGISLATION TO OUTLAW SCIENTOLOGY IN THIS COUNTRY WAS RULED OUT BY THE MINISTER OF HEALTH (MR. KENNETH ROBINSON) IN AN ADJOURNMENT DEBATE IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS JUST BEFORE MIDNIGHT ON MONDAY. Mr. Robinson said he had no evidence that scientology was strictly and exclusively responsible for mental breakdown or physical deterioration. Nevertheless, he intended to continue to watch the position. Mr. Peter Hordern (M.P. for Horsham) had called for an inquiry into the organisation which he accused of 'exacting money ...
Mar 6, 1967 House of Commons / Official report / Parliamentary debates
Feb 25, 1967 'Scientology' not to be banned — The Times (UK)
Feb 25, 1967 Commons to debate 'scientology' — The Times (UK)
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