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USA TODAY 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 5 June 1991 I was one of your charter subscribers and have followed your growth both in circulation and influence from the beginning. In fact, I liked USA TODAY so much that I directed my company to place a full page back cover ad in the national edition for our
Dr. Who book series. During the past fortnight I have read with dismay, the clumsy sereies of attacks against Time magazine by the ... Jun 4, 1991 [Advertisement] Prozac / Eli Lilly's "Miracle" — USA Today
May 31, 1991 [Advertisement] What magazine gets it wrong in 1991? — USA Today
May 29, 1991 Scientology group starts media attack on Time magazine // Full-Page ads in USA Today are intended to refute unflattering cover story — Wall Street Journal More: link
Patrick M. Reilly
Wall Street Journal
The Church of Scientology has launched an unusually large-scale media attack against Time magazine in retribution for an unflattering cover story on the worldwide organization earlier this month. The church, founded by the late L. Ron Hubbard, took out a four-color, full-page ad yesterday in Gannett Co.'s USA Today with the headline "What magazine gets it wrong in 1991. . .the same one that was wrong in 1936. Time magazine." The ad, using quotes from W.A. Swanberg's "Luce and His Empire," ...
May 29, 1991 [Advertisement] What magazine gets it wrong in 1991? — USA Today
May 28, 1991 [Advertisement] What magazine gets it wrong in 1991? — USA Today More: link
Ansewer: What magazine gets it wrong in 1991? The same one that was wrong in 1936 TIME magazine. According to W.A. Swanberg in his book
Luce and His Empire, the pages of TIME were used throughout the 1930's to forward Hitler and his Nazi regime by "ridiculing the people and nations arrayed against them." In TIME's coverage of Hitler, Swanberg noted, "he was cleverly handled ... in a manner implying guarded approval. His abilities were stressed.... His barbarities were soft-pedaled.... His ... Apr 16, 1990 Face-off: Paying taxes // Abolish income tax; we'd all benefit // Keep income tax; alternative is worse — USA Today More: link
Abolish income tax; we'd all benefit By David Miscavige Guest columnist LOS ANGELES — When the 16th Amendment passed, permitting an income tax, voters were promised this new tax would be fairly administered. They were assured it would represent no threat to our liberties. And they were promised it would be temporary. They were also warned. On the floor of the House, Samuel Walker McCall of Massachusetts said the income tax is not "primarily to raise money for the state but ...
Nov 23, 1982 Scientology founder's fate: Dead or alive? — USA Today More: link
L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology founder, is dead. Or mentally incompetent. Or alive and well. The status of the wealthy 71-year-old author depends on whether you're talking to his estranged son or his wife. In Los Angeles, the two are mounting a courtroom tug-of-war over Hubbard's estate. Ronald E. DeWolf claims his father is either dead or mentally incompetent, and wants control of the estate. Hubbard's wife, Mary Sue Hubbard, filed suit Friday to block DeWolf's probate court action. If anyone knows ...
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