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3 matching items found between Jan 2005 and Dec 2005. Furthermore, there are 22 matching items for all time not shown.
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Nov 1, 2005
The Strange Case of Garry Scarff — Jonestown Report
Type: Press
Author(s): Rebecca Moore
Source: Jonestown Report
In 1989, Fielding McGehee and I published The Need for a Second Look at Jonestown, a collection of essays written by those who had been involved with Peoples Temple. In this retrospective volume, people reflected on their experiences of the previous decade, as well as on their understanding of the Temple. Contributors included former members, relatives, and others who had had connections with the Temple, such as news reporters and social activists. Shortly after the book appeared, Chris Hatcher, the psychologist ...
Oct 5, 2005
Sign of the Cult-Buster — SF Weekly
Type: Press
Author(s): Ron Russell
Source: SF Weekly
Maybe it was "Defy Evil Bushism" or "Christmas Is No Fun in Fallujah." Or it may have been one of the other not-so-subtle references to President George W. Bush posted on the sign next to his law office; perhaps "Vote the Thug Out." Or was it the sight of the American flag suspended upside down from that same sign, in protest of the outcome of last November's election? Ford Greene isn't quite sure what sent his opponents over the edge with ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 9, 2005
Ford Greene attorney at odds — Marin Independent Journal
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