SPEARHEADING SOCIAL REFORM
Since it was founded in 1968, Freedom magazine has become widely recognized as one of the foremost voices for social reform and human rights. Originating in the United Kingdom as a newspaper broad sheet, Freedom magazines flagship edition is now published in the United States by the Church of Scientology International in Los Angeles, California. By 1998, localized editions were published in fourteen countries and nine languages. Freedom is now available on the Internet at http://www.freedommag.org, offering past and current editions of the magazine in all major languages.
Today, leaders in government, business and the news media increasingly turn to Freedom for coverage of significant issues. Among the many notable contributors, US congressmen have published articles on important social concerns in Freedom and, just before the 1996 elections, the four major US presidential candidates, including the president of the United States, submitted articles presenting their views on solutions to the American drug problem.
A forum for hard-hitting investigative journalism, Freedom has taken on stories that other media have been reluctant to investigate or publish. And, as its readership has grown, so has public awareness of areas in need of social reform. Freedom has broken important stories on the forced drugging of schoolchildren, government chemical and biological warfare experimentation and psychiatric brutalities.
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