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Special Collection - Academic Disputes and Dialogue

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= Schuller, Jeanne. Review of Strange Gods: The Great American Cult Scare
Amitrani, Alberto & Di Marzio, Raffaella: "Blind or Just Don't Want to See: Brainwashing, Mystification, and Suspicion"
Amitrani, Alberto & Di Marzio, Raffaella: "Min Control in New Religious Movements and the American Psychological Association"
Bardin, David J., Esq.: "Psychological Coercion & Human Rights: Mind Control ('Brainwashing') Exists"
Kropveld, Michael: "An Example for Controversy: Creating a Model for Reconciliation"
Langone, Michael D., Ph.D.: " Secular and Religious Critiques of Cults"
Langone, Michael D., Ph.D.: "Academic Disputes and Dialogue Collection: Preface"
Langone, Michael D., Ph.D.: "On Dialogue Between the Two Tribes of Cultic Studies Resarchers"
Langone, Michael D., Ph.D.: "The Two Camps of Cultic Studies"
Langone, Michael, Ph.D.: "New Religions and Public Policy"
Martin, Paul: "Overcoming the Bondage of Revictimization: A Rational/Empirical Defense of Thought Reform"
Rosedale, Herbert, Esq.: "Cult Litigation Doesn't Threaten Religion"
Zablocki, Benjamin, Ph.D.: "Methodological Fallacies in Atnhony's Critiqueof  Exit Cost Analysis"
Zimbardo, Philip, Ph.D.: "Mind Control: Psychological Reality or Mindless Rhetoric?"

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