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Dec 19, 1997
Scientology decoded — L.A. Weekly (California)
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Type: Press
Source: L.A. Weekly (California)
OffBeat readers, take heart. The cryptic Scientology notation described here last week has been decoded. The notation, "1.1", was in a fax - mistakenly sent to our machine - from an employee of Scientology-affiliated textbook publisher Applied Scholastics to a Santa Ana merchant, directing her on what to write in a letter to the Weekly's editor. (We've been flooded with pro-Scientology mail since we published an article critical of a series of five textbooks inspired by the teachings of church founder ...
Dec 12, 1997
L. Ron Hubbard Strikes Back [Re: The Learning Cure, November 14-20] — L.A. Weekly (California)
Type: Press
Source: L.A. Weekly (California)
As reported in the Weekly a few weeks back ("The Learning Cure" by Sara Catania, November 14-20), the folks at Scientology-affiliated textbook publisher Applied Scholastics think pretty highly of their L. Ron Hubbard-inspired pedagogy. In their push to qualify a series of five Applied Scholastics texts for public school use statewide, the company has touted the books' ability to help students think, speak and write for themselves. It seems odd, then, that the honchos at Applied Scholastics apparently don't trust their ...
Dec 12, 1997
Letters to the Editor [Re: The Learning Cure, November 14-20] — L.A. Weekly (California)
Type: Press
Source: L.A. Weekly (California)
Letters to the Editor: Dear Editor: Sara Catania's sarcastic piece about L. Ron Hubbard's study technology ["The Learning Cure'" November 14-20] was a disgrace. As international spokesperson for Applied Scholastics, I have firsthand experience with the work that volunteers all over the world are doing utilizing Hubbard's discoveries. These individuals devote hundreds of hours of time and heartfelt effort to help both young people and adults improve their study skills. Their work daily changes lives. As a parent, I also have ...
Nov 14, 1997
The learning cure // Can L. Ron Hubbard's "study technology" make kids smarter? — L.A. Weekly (California)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Sara Catania
Source: L.A. Weekly (California)
When you sit down to read, do you find yourself feeling blank or sort of spinny? Squashed, bent or just not there? Sure you do. And here's why: You've gone past a word you don't understand. In fact, the only reason a person gives up studying or becomes confused or unable to learn is because that person went past a word that was misunderstood. At least that's what the followers of the late Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard want you to ...
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