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Hoar - Architects of Conspiracy - An Intriguing History (Conspiratorial View of US History)(1984)

Hoar - Architects of Conspiracy - An Intriguing History (Conspiratorial View of US History)(1984)

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There are a number of good books which purport to outline the conspiratorial view of U.S History. Whether or not one accepts this view, this book is the best of the lot. It has more evidence than the others and is really fair and sober in drawing conclusions on conspiracy. It has extensive footnotes and suggestions for further reading. A large amount of his assertions have been proven by events since the publication of this book. I highly recommend that anyone wanting to understand this view take a look at one of the editions of this fine book.Most of the chapters in this book started as articles in the "New American" magazine which is also highly recommended
There are a number of good books which purport to outline the conspiratorial view of U.S History. Whether or not one accepts this view, this book is the best of the lot. It has more evidence than the others and is really fair and sober in drawing conclusions on conspiracy. It has extensive footnotes and suggestions for further reading. A large amount of his assertions have been proven by events since the publication of this book. I highly recommend that anyone wanting to understand this view take a look at one of the editions of this fine book.Most of the chapters in this book started as articles in the "New American" magazine which is also highly recommended

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Conspiracy In History . . . as seen by:
"I consider this insurrection as the first formidable fruit of the DemocraticSocieties . . . instituted by artful and designing members [of Congress].... Isee, under a display of popular and fascinating guises, the most diabolical
 
attempts to destroy . . . the government."
 
George WashingtonThe so-called Democratic Clubs "are so perfectly affiliated to the Parisian
 
Jacobins that their origin from a common parent cannot possibly be mistaken."
 
John Quincy Adams"There is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, sointerlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they better not speak above theirbreath when they speak in condemnation of it."Woodrow Wilson"This [Federal Reserve] act establishes the most gigantic trust on earth ....When the President signs this act the invisible government by the moneypowers, proven to exist by the Money Trust investigation, will be legalized."Charles A. Lindbergh Sr."If the isolationists had known the full extent of the secret alliance betweenthe United States and Britain, their demands for the President's impeachment
 
would have rumbled like thunder through the land."F.D.R. biographer Robert Sherwood
 
"If you like conspiracy theories about secret plots to take over the world,
 
you are going to love the administration of Jimmy Carter."Washington Post"David Rockefeller is the most conspicuous representative today of theruling class .... But what some critics see as a vast international conspiracy, heconsiders a circumstance of life, and just another day's work."Bill Moyers on public television
 
The lust for power is not as widely understood as is the desire for fame andfortune. Perhaps some who have obtained great notoriety feel they are entitledto rule, or that control of others is the only sensation remaining in a jadedexistence. Whatever the case, those afflicted with this consuming passion areresponsible for most of the wars, slavery, and human misery throughout thehistory of the world.The subjects of this book are those who have adopted a more sophisticatedapproach to power than outright conquest. They employ all the techniques of intrigue, subversion, and conspiracy to manipulate authority from behind thescenes, and share the goal of a "New World Order" or a global superstate toconsolidate control of humanity.It is not just some mysterious "they" but specific and often well-known in-dividuals and organizations described in these pages. Mr. Hoar has, from solidhistorical sources, provided an intriguing and scholarly examination of theseconspirators — beginning with the French Revolution and continuing throughthe American Revolution, the Civil War, Reconstruction, robber barons andbanking conspirators, the two World Wars ... and bringing the reader right up tothe contemporary machinations of the Trilateralists. It makes fascinatingreading; but, more than that, this book represents the one thing those whooperate in the dark fear most — exposure to the light.

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