From: goehring@feserve.cc.purdue.edu (Scott Goehring)
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Subject: Re: why not alt.philosophy.mafia?
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In-reply-to: eastin@locus.com's message of 8 Aug 91 20:52:45 GMT

In article <1991Aug08.205245.702615@locus.com>, eastin@locus.com (Dick Eastin) writes:

>The book "Brain-washing" was published by the church to warn people >of the dangers of that activity. Scientology is not interested in >"power over people"; but rather in providing people with the power to >use their own intelligence in the solution of the problems of life.

"Brainwashing" was, as i recall from my reading, written by LRH. -- 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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