Tuesday, May 7, 2013

New York Times, November 28, 1978



November 28, 1978, New York Times, pages A1, A14, Suicide Note Disclosed, [cont. as Note Is Found With Jones's Body] by Nicholas M. Horrock,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, pages A1, A13, Memory of Pain Haunting, [cont. page 13, Jonestown, a Village of the Dead, Awaits a Second and Final Death] by Jon Nordheimer,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, pages A1, A13, Notes Tell of Despair in Guyana Before Mass Suicide and Killings; A Village of the Dead; by Jon Nordheimer,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A1, Suspect Sought Job; Moscone Had Been Asked to Reappoint Him as a Board Member; Replacement Chosen, by Wallace Turner,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A12, First Cultists Freed, but Many Expected to Be Held, by Joseph B. Treaster,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A12, Another Evacuation Plan,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, A12, Delaware Coroner Is Ready to Investigate Cult Deaths; 29 Bodies Identified No Death Certificates No Information on Inquiries, by Lawrence K. Altman,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A13, Delaware Aide Says He'd Do Autopsies; Medical Examiner Is Prepared to Investigate Death of the Cult Leader and Other Victims, by Lawrence K. Altman,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A13, Desolate Scene Found at Ruined Jonestown Schoolhouse; Books and Pictures Hint at How Cult Taught Its Young How Long to Live?, by Carey Winfrey,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, Page A14, Fringe Religions Find Fertile Soil in United States; Origins in Earlier Movements Definitions a Problem, by Kenneth A. Briggs,
November 28, 1978, New York Times - AP, Page A14, Soviet Official Is Said to Have Met Twice With Top Aides of Cult Leader; Custody Hearing for Child,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A22, Letters; Jonestown and the 'Ravages of Brainwashing', by Melvin S. Finstein, Professor, Environmental Science, Rutgers University,
November 28, 1978, New York Times, page B12, Harvey Milk, Led Coast Homosexual-Rights Fight; He Defeated 16 Others, by John M. Crewdson,
November 28, 1978, New York Times - AP, Comparing His Church With Cult Irks Moon,
November 28, 1978, New York Times - AP, Cult Members Wanted Coast Inquiry Dropped,
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November 28, 1978, New York Times, pages A1, A13, Memory of Pain Haunting, [cont. page 13, Jonestown, a Village of the Dead, Awaits a Second and Final Death] by Jon Nordheimer,




November 28, 1978, New York Times, pages A1, A13, Notes Tell of Despair in Guyana Before Mass Suicide and Killings; A Village of the Dead; by Jon Nordheimer,



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November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A1, Suspect Sought Job; Moscone Had Been Asked to Reappoint Him as a Board Member; Replacement Chosen, by Wallace Turner,


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November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A12, First Cultists Freed, but Many Expected to Be Held, by Joseph B. Treaster,

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November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A12, Another Evacuation Plan,


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November 28, 1978, New York Times, A12, Delaware Coroner Is Ready to Investigate Cult Deaths; 29 Bodies Identified No Death Certificates No Information on Inquiries, by Lawrence K. Altman,

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November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A-13, Delaware Aide Says He'd Do Autopsies; Medical Examiner Is Prepared to Investigate Death of the Cult Leader and Other Victims, by Lawrence K. Altman,


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November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A13, Desolate Scene Found at Ruined Jonestown Schoolhouse; Books and Pictures Hint at How Cult Taught Its Young How Long to Live?, by Carey Winfrey,


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November 28, 1978, New York Times, Page A14, Fringe Religions Find Fertile Soil in United States; Origins in Earlier Movements Definitions a Problem, by Kenneth A. Briggs,




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November 28, 1978, New York Times - AP, Page A14, Soviet Official Is Said to Have Met Twice With Top Aides of Cult Leader; Custody Hearing for Child,


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November 28, 1978, New York Times, page A22, Letters; Jonestown and the 'Ravages of Brainwashing', by Melvin S. Finstein, Professor, Environmental Science, Rutgers University,

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November 28, 1978, New York Times - AP, Comparing His Church With Cult Irks Moon,


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November 28, 1978, New York Times - AP, Cult Members Wanted Coast Inquiry Dropped,


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