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From: goehring@feserve.cc.purdue.edu (Scott Goehring)
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Subject: the scandal of scientology
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Date: 7 Aug 91 23:19:26 GMT
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well, having finally gotten my hands on a copy of it (via interlibrary loan), i am=20currently reading "the scandal of scientology" by paulette cooper. anybody who has spent any time reading about scientology knows that the church went to great efforts to suppress this book. i'm only about a quarter done with it so far, and it doesn't seem to be all that much different from other books i've read so far which have not been subject to intense suppression. what is so bad about this book that scientology has gone to so much trouble to suppress it? -- Rho has made a few mistakes in her postings regarding to this subject. The first one is actually trying to reply. The accepted method is to ignore his [Bruce Woodcock's] posts in hope that they will go away. -- Dirque, in rec.games.mud

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