Believe What You Like en
Believe What You Like: What happened between the Scientologists and the National Association for Mental Health authored by New Statesman director C. R. Hewitt under the pen name C. H. Rolph, details a public dispute between the Church of Scientology and the National Association for Mental Health in Britain. Wikipedia [ - ]
- "From among a variety of scientology broadsides one may perhaps select, as representative of the next phase, an issue of Freedom Scientology which appeared early in 1969 as 'International Edition No. 1'. By this time, orthodox psychiatry had been branded by the scientologists as a system of murder, sexual perversion and monstrous cruelty, and the National Association for Mental Health as a criminally motivated 'psychiatric front group'. No one seemed to be taking much notice of these accusations, and new ways had to be found of hotting them up."