Summary of Going Clear by Lawrence Wright | Includes Analysis
Going Clear by Lawrence Wright is an in-depth examination of the founding, principles, and scandals of Scientology using eyewitness interviews and original document research.
The Church of Scientology was founded with the publication of the book Dianetics in 1950 by science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard. His unique approach to mental health attracted a following, and after he founded the Church of Scientology in 1954 to continue spreading the message of Dianetics, he established a seafaring ministry and sought a permanent base for the church. They established the church in Clearwater, Florida in 1975. From there it became famous for the church's secretive beliefs. Given the high level of skepticism from journalists and the US government, Hubbard spent much of his time hiding or on the run with his earnings from the church until he died in 1986.
The church became a substantial resource for networking in the world of celebrity…
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