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Grand Illusions - The Legacy of Planned Parenthood

Grand Illusions - The Legacy of Planned Parenthood

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Published by A.J. MacDonald, Jr.
Everyone knows that controversy created news. Too often, controversies are borne unnecessarily. Like publicity stunts. Why? Because those involved don't have the facts. Their critique is based on hearsay and opinion. Unfortunately, this happens every day, through virtually every media outlet known. Nonetheless, Grand Illusions represents a controversy based on f act. Ironically all of the material in this book comes directly from Planned Parenthood-from their own files and records.
Grand Illusions tells the whole story of this insidiously vile organization. The irrefutable, documented purpose for its funding, the testimony of young teenagers and clinic patients, and actual clinic visits records-complete with sobering statistics.
In this revised and updated edition, historian and political theorist George Grant documents the sordid truths and fraudulent tactics of one of America's most "politically correct" institutions. Exhaustively researched and eminently readable, Grand Illusions is a vivid and revealing work of history that offers a disturbing perspective on one of the world's most troubling and dangerous organizations.

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Planned Parenthood is one of the most powerful and insidious organizations active on the American scene today. In this expose, George Grant shows that the legacy of Planned Parenthood have been racism, sexual abuse, murder, and the general corruption of the church, society, civil government, and the media. The founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, is regarded as a saint by the pro-death forces in America but Grant shows that in reality she was anything but a clean person. She was a racist who wanted to cut down the birth rates of minority groups. This is the book on the abortion holocaust in American today.
Everyone knows that controversy created news. Too often, controversies are borne unnecessarily. Like publicity stunts. Why? Because those involved don't have the facts. Their critique is based on hearsay and opinion. Unfortunately, this happens every day, through virtually every media outlet known. Nonetheless, Grand Illusions represents a controversy based on f act. Ironically all of the material in this book comes directly from Planned Parenthood-from their own files and records.
Grand Illusions tells the whole story of this insidiously vile organization. The irrefutable, documented purpose for its funding, the testimony of young teenagers and clinic patients, and actual clinic visits records-complete with sobering statistics.
In this revised and updated edition, historian and political theorist George Grant documents the sordid truths and fraudulent tactics of one of America's most "politically correct" institutions. Exhaustively researched and eminently readable, Grand Illusions is a vivid and revealing work of history that offers a disturbing perspective on one of the world's most troubling and dangerous organizations.

Inside Flap

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Planned Parenthood is one of the most powerful and insidious organizations active on the American scene today. In this expose, George Grant shows that the legacy of Planned Parenthood have been racism, sexual abuse, murder, and the general corruption of the church, society, civil government, and the media. The founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger, is regarded as a saint by the pro-death forces in America but Grant shows that in reality she was anything but a clean person. She was a racist who wanted to cut down the birth rates of minority groups. This is the book on the abortion holocaust in American today.

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Grand
ZllurionJ
peeks behind the curtain of Planned
Pmenthood
exposing the lies thathave made it a “respectable” institution.
–R. C. Sproul, President, Ligonier
Minktries
In the course of my research, I have found that the abortion
industq+s
very existencedepends on secrecy, deception, and
dktortion
of information. For this very reason, Istrongly recommend George Grant’s book,
Grand
Illusions,
because it provides muchneeded information that I’m sure Planned Parenthood would rather no one knew!– Frank E. Peretti, Author
Grants solid investigative
journalkm
uncovers the myth of “choice” and the fraud that
is Planned Parenthood. This book demands a response.– Michael Card, Recording Artist & Author
For those who care about family and chiidren,
thk
book is a must. Planned Parenthood
is a
radical
extremist group funded with
milhons
of your tax dollars. Read this book!Prepare to get educated about Planned Parenthood.–Donald E.
Wildmon,
President, American Family Association.
In Grand
Zllu.swns,
George Grant speaks with the voice of reason and the voice of passion.
Thk
book is a masterpiece of meticulous
reseaxch
brought to life by clear, vivid writing.
It has punch! I believe God has called George Grant to be a watchman at our gate.–Patrick Morley, Businessman, Author, Speaker
For more than forty years I have read the literature of Planned Parenthood, and in the
last twenty years I have seen their operations in eighty-four countries. They are the
most wicked organization on earth, destroying our youth, our
famlies,
church, and so-ciety. That is why George Grant’s
Grand
 
Zllurwn.r
is
must reading for anyone interested
in the welfare of the family, the church and society.– Rev. Paul Marx, President, Human Life InternationalGeorge Grant is right-
thk
is a wax. A war of words.
Chuice
means categorical selfish-
ness.
Fetus
means a mass of 
dkposable
tissue. And education means learning how to liveand act in shameless immorally while suffering no consequences. What a grand illusion.
When are we going to wake up?– Beverly LaHaye, President, Concerned Women for America
As
a
legislator, I have found Grand
Illuswns
to be an invaluable resource. As a business-
man, I have found it a trusted guide. As a parent, I have found it a profound
encour-agement.
 
And
 
=
a
Christian>
I have found it a powerful inspiration.
Very
 
sitnPIY)Grand
Illusions
is a classic.
– Rep. Louis
Woodfl
 
Jenkiis,
Louisiana House of Representatives
 
~facts
can make a difference, this book should put an end to the
debate
about the so-cial value of Planned Parenthood.
George
Grant makes a damning case
against
thisbeneficent-sounding organization which is, indeed, a cancer in American society.Connie
Marshner,
Commentator, Focus on The Family, Weekend”When I read this book, I envisioned Planned Parenthood as a large,
Iumq-ious
oceanliner cruising the open seas. I saw the leadership of Planned
Parenthcmd
on the deck,
smug and defiant, smiling and waving to passing boats, confident that
their
ship could
never be sunk. They felt an impact, heard an explosion, but continued smiling andwaving, arrogantly self-assured that it was a minor problem. Meanwhile; below the
surface, the lower decks were filling with water, the engine room was on fire, and the
ship was irreparably damaged-doomed to sink. It had been hit by one brilliantlydesigned and perfectly aimed torpedo -
Grand
Illusions.
Read it, praise the Lord, and
pass the ammunition.
– Randall A. Terry, Host,
Ranahl
 
Tq
 
Lioe
Planned Parenthood has enjoyed one of the longest
fme
rides in political history. Now,George Grant, in the tradition of solid investigative reporting, punches their ticket, ex-posing the organization’s agenda as anything but the benign, responsible movement ithas portrayed itself 
to
be.
–Cal Thomas, Columnist, Los Angeles
Trees
Syndicate
George Grant is a prophetic figure whose wisdom and insight shine
Me
a
kacon
throughthe contemporary fog of our
cuhm,
calling a generation, drunk on the myth of PlannedParenthood, back to sobriety in the truth of 
Gcd’s
Word. While many have
@ied,
de-bated, and defended the truth, George Grant calls us to demonstrate it. May the shocking
reality of 
Grand
 
Mruwni
disturb us out of our complacency to heed
Grants
call.– Steve Camp,
Recor&ng
 
Ardst
& AuthorGeorge
Grant 
chronicles
,the
 
Phumed
Parenthood agenda of enticing our
~outb
into
‘safe sex” in order to feed the cash registers of the largest unregulated
legal
 
iqdustry
inthe world – the abortion clinics. Harbored under the deception of ‘non-profit: PlannedParenthood continues to profiteer unchecked with our public school system. As a former
abortion provider, I can attest to the accuracy of facts and recommend every truth.-seeking
citizen read Grand
Illmion.r.
–Carol Everett, President,
LlfeNetwork
In every generation, individuals have risen to the challenge of speaking authoritativelyand pro-actively to the critical issue of the day. In our generation,
George
Grant must
be numbered among them. Over the years George has consistently demonstrated theability to research and communicate troth, effectively combating the grand illusionsperpetuated by groups ranging from Planned Parenthood to the
promoteh
of theabortion pill RU-486. Because his arguments are impeccable and his conclusionscommanding, I regularly use him as primary resource for creative thinking and re-demptive action.–David J.
Gyertson,
Ph. D., President, Regent University
 
We have waited a long time for a documented, in-depth
expos6
such as this.–J. C.
Willke,
M. D., President, Life Issues Institute
Thousands of devastated post-abortion women have seen, too late, beyond the illusion
to the delusion. Thank God for George Grant, who speaks the truth, the whole truth,and
nothiig
but the truth regarding the powerful but perverse abortion movement.– Pam Koerbel, Director, Post Abortion Ministries
George Grant’s Grand
Illu.rwns
presents an air-tight historical case against the good in-
tentions of Margaret
Sanger
and her associates when they founded Planned Parent-
hood. Their racist, Darwinian strategy was adopted as public policy in Nazi Germany,leading to a public relations blackout of the past on the part of 
todays
Planned Parent-hood movement. This is the offense of Grand Illusions in their eyes: the book has pene-trated this calculating, systematic historical blackout.
– Gary North, Ph. D., Historian and Economist
Pro-life people around the world owe a debt of gratitude to George Grant for revealingthe reality behind the public facade of Planned Parenthood. Grand
Zllurions
should be a
key resource for everyone who works in or supports the pro-life movement.
–Colleen
Parro, Director, Republican National Coalition for LifeA few people in life have important things to say, but bore you to death saying them.Many other folks are eloquent, but have
nothhg
to tell you. In this book of GeorgeGrant’s – as always is the case with his writing– you get the best of both worlds.–Joel
Belz,
Publisher,
Wwld
MagazineSociety has indoctrinated today’s Christian to believe that it is impolite to bring thelessons we learn in church on Sunday back to the community with us on Monday.Planned Parenthood has been a primary beneficiary of that brainwashing, and our
children have been the victims. Grand
Ihsiotu
peels back the glossy cover-up and chal-
lenges us to reclaim the moral education of our families to the ultimate benefit of thevery society which has silenced us for so long.– Mrs. Mary Ann Dacey, Executive Director,National Organization of Episcopalians For Life (NOEL)You don’t really know the depths of the depravity of Planned Parenthood unless you
have read George Grant’s Grand
IllzMwns.
Many people have written about this evil em-
pire, but no one has done a better job of revealing the nature of Planned Parenthood.– Bill Price, President, Texans United For LifeOften lost in the emotional debate over abortion is the issue of 
federaJ
funding of pro-abortion groups like Planned Parenthood. After reading Grand
IUusiom,
even sup-porters of the “right to choose” should believe in letting taxpayers choose not to have
their money underwrite Planned Parenthood’s would-be social engineers.
– Doug Bandow, Columnist,
Copley
News Service

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