Trilateralism: The Trilateral Commission and Elite Planning for World Management

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South End Press, Jan 1, 1980 - Political Science - 604 pages
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This is a classic work--a highly-readable, wide-ranging study of the Trilateral Commission and the worldwide strategies of Trilateralism. It demystifies national and international events, power, propaganda, and policy making from World War II through the sixties and seventies and into the eighties.
 

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This book clearly outlines a great deal about the underpinnings of today's politics. It is excellent to see that Brzezinski and cronies supported Jimmy Carter and now Barry Obama. It also clearly clarifies the importance of the Council of Foreign Relations and many other groups....This book is so timely since it applies to our current politics in 2010....It's a hard but excellent read!  

Contents

Managing Dependence and Democracy
1
THE TRILATERAL COMMISSION
59
Whos Who on the Trilateral Commission
90
WORLD WAR II THROUGH
133
Bilderberg and the West
157
Trilateralism and the Summits
190
CARTER IS
197
The Trilateral Imprint on Domestic Economics
212
Carters Energy Plan
324
TRYING TO KEEP THE THIRD WORLD SAFE
339
Partners in Southern Africa
352
Democratization in the Dominican Republic
419
MANAGING THE INTERNATIONAL
435
The Trilateral Commission Takes
492
CHALLENGES TO UNILATERALISM
517
Trilateralism and the Management of Contradictions
555

The U S Colonial Empire is as
238
Resurgent Militarism
269
MAKING CAPITALIST DEMOCRACY MORE
293
Bibliography
587
Index
599
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Sklar is the director of MediaVision, a strategic research, analysis and communications firm based in Boston.

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