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american medical association (ama) • dianetics • dianetics: the modern science of mental health (book) • l. ron hubbard's credentials • medical claims • newsweek
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Oct 16, 1950
Poor Man's Psychoanalysis — Newsweek
Aug 21, 1950
Books industry: Best seller — Newsweek
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Type: Press
Source: Newsweek
The first book since Thomas Merton's "The Seven Storey Mountain" to show signs of becoming a runaway best seller is a 452-page work, published May 15 by Hermitage House, that projects a new science of mental health. Called "Dianetics," it is the work of L. (for Lafayette) Ron Hubbard, a 39-year-old civil engineer, radio and film writer, veteran of the armed services, and successful author of scientific fiction. According to Hubbard, memory is not a faculty of the mind alone, but ...
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