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L. Ron Hubbard


“L. Ron Hubbard first gained fame as a writer at a time when even the popular magazines of the day expected their readers to appreciate breadth of vocabulary and variety of style.

“Only a professional writer with a writer’s sensitivity to language could have written such an innovative approach to grammar. Only such a writer would see grammar not as full of constricting rules, but full of possibilities for rich expressions of thought and action.

“Teaching writers how to write in the 1940s, L. Ron Hubbard has now come full circle with this grammar book and returned to the field of teaching language.

“This is a brilliant book by a brilliant mind. In fact, it is a revolution in thought.”

David Rodier, PhD
Associate Professor of Philosophy
American University, Washington, DC


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