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September 5, 1988 Questions Ritalin Comments Wichita Eagle-Beacon: Questions Ritalin Comments obstructing psychiatry
March 28, 1988 Debate Over Ritalin Is Heating Up Experts Say Critics Are Lashing Out For All The Wrong Reasons Boston Globe: Debate Over Ritalin Is Heating Up Experts Say Critics Are Lashing Out For All The Wrong Reasons obstructing psychiatry
March 27, 1988 The Attention-Getting Drug No One Will Deny That Ritalin Works. But Does It Do More Harm Than Good? (brief mention of Scientology) obstructing psychiatry
March 4, 1988 Doctors Say Ritalin Is Meant To Calm Boston Globe: Doctors Say Ritalin Is Meant To Calm obstructing psychiatry
January 27, 1987 Psychiatrists Picketed (brief mention of Scientology) obstructing psychiatry
May 31, 1983 Scientology Defectors Charge Dirty Tricks' In Boston First Of Two Articles - reports that Robert Dardano and Warren Friske filed "dirty tricks" for the Church, including stealing documents from a psychiatrist's office, stealing documents from a law office, and planting a volunteer in the state Attorney General's office. obstructing psychiatry
April 24, 1951 article about L. Ron Hubbard Washington Times Herald carries an article about L. Ron Hubbard. Frequently cited in FBI internal memos, it states that Hubbard's wife, in suing him for divorce, had claimed that he was "hopelessly insane." According to this article, "competent medical advisors recommended that Hubbard be committed to a private sanatorium for psychiatric observation and treatment of a mental ailment known as paranoid schizophrenia." L. Ron Hubbard, obstructing psychiatry
December 1, 1950 review of Hubbard's work Look magazine publishes a scathing review of Hubbard's work calling it a "poor man's psychiatry." L. Ron Hubbard, obstructing psychiatry
September 9, 1950 Psychologists act against Dianetics New York Times: Psychologists act against Dianetics obstructing psychiatry
September 2, 1950 report on Dianetics New York Times: reports on Dianetics and includes a statement from the American Psychological Association that the assertions in the book are not supported by empirical evidence. obstructing psychiatry