The Effects of Religious Cults on the Health and Welfare of Their Converts (Paperback)

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The Effects of Religious Cults on the Health and Welfare of Their Converts is a short essay by John Gordon Clark. John 'Jack' Gordon Clark (1926-1999) was a Harvard psychiatrist known for his research on the alleged damaging effects of cults. He was the target of harassment from the Church of Scientology after he testified against it to the Vermont legislature in 1976. The Psychiatric Times, when naming him 1991 psychiatrist of the year, described him as "a quiet, courageous man of conviction, who was fighting an all-too-lonely and unappreciated battle against well-financed, ruthless organizations.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781523626403
ISBN-10: 1523626402
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: January 21st, 2016
Pages: 26
Language: English