The New Yorker's Scientology Article, Lawyer Bits Only - 2011-02-15

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F0.png The New Yorker's Scientology Article, Lawyer Bits Only February 15, 2011, Jonathan Chait, New Republic

Lawrence Wright's fine contribution to the field in the latest New Yorker has all the obvious hallmarks of a piece that has been combed over by lawyers. You can spot every place where the New Yorker's legal team forced Wright to append a word of rebuttal from the Scientologists in order to stymie the inevitable lawsuit, most of them set off in parentheses. The staff of Jonathan Chait has taken the time to compile the lawyerly caveats in one place:


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