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7 matching items found between Jan 1975 and Dec 1979. Furthermore, there are 4 matching items for all time not shown.
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Sep 19, 1979
Scientology secrets revealed in 2 million dollar consumer fraud case // Scientology on trial — Bay Guardian (San Francisco)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Richard H. Meeker
Source: Bay Guardian (San Francisco)
How a Portland jury got a crash course in one of the oddest "religions" ever created and awarded the plaintiff more than $2. million Note: This summer, a jury in Portland spent a month listening to testimony in a $4 million lawsuit over the practices of the Church of Scientology there. The plaintiff: Julie Christofferson, a young Portland woman who was a follower of Scientology in 1975 and 1976. The defendants: three local Scientology organizations and one of their leaders. ''Richard ...
Feb 1, 1979
Uncovering the cult conspiracy — Mother Jones
Aug 16, 1978
Calgary group to fight influx of mind-warping cultists — Calgary Herald (Canada)
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Author(s): Patrick McMahon
Source: Calgary Herald (Canada)
A group of concerned Calgarians ex-Scientologists and parents of youngsters of the various mind-warping, brainwashing cults such as Hare Krishna and the Unification Church (Moonies), have got together and formed an organization. Its main functions will be to combat such cults, to help parents cope with and understand the situation when their children fall prey to them and, where possible, to rescue the victims and help them get their heads back together. They held their first meeting recently, with 17 people ...
Sep 15, 1976
Cult launches lawsuit against ex-members [exact date unknown]
Sep 15, 1976
Curing the cult curse [exact date unknown]
Type: Press
Sep 15, 1976
Former member fight cults [exact date unknown]
Aug 29, 1976
Viewers' choice: // Closeup on cultism — Detroit News
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Source: Detroit News
Though religious cults have existed elsewhere for thousands of years, their ranks have only begun to swell in America in the past few decades. They flourished particularly in the sixties, when celebrity involvement — by the Beatles, among others — helped make cult abbreviations like "TM" (for Transcendental Meditation) commonplace. Unofficial estimates place the number of cults in the United States today at 5,000, with an individual total of two million members. But as that number grew, so did the controversy ...
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