Germans call scientologists `totalitarian'

Zielbauer, Paul
March 1997
Insight on the News;03/17/97, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p41
Reports on the actions taken by the German government against Scientologists. Banning of Scientologists from holding public jobs; Comparison between Nazi's treatment of Jews and the German government's treatment of Scientologists; Response of the church and President Bill Clinton's administration; Effect on the family and businesses of the followers of Scientology.


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