None Dare Call it Conspiracy

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Buccaneer Books, 1972 - History - 197 pages
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It has been my experience for the past half-decade or so that when I want to read good horror, I don't go to the horror section of the bookstore. I go to the non-fiction section. There is a short but powerful list of nonfiction books that are guaranteed to put a good scare into you, and I seem to have stumbled across the majority of them. Stanton Peele's The Diseasing of America. Robert Weinberg's One Renegade Cell. Glenn Gaesser's Big Fat Lies. Add to the list Allen and Abraham's None Dare Call It Conspiracy. Allen and Abraham here attempt to make the case that the events of recent world history, from the Bolshevik Revolution forward, have been brought into being and controlled by a relatively small group of insiders, mostly international banking magnates and (later on) the Council on Foreign Relations. While it's certainly conspiracy theory, Allen and Abraham have done a fine job of backing up their assertions with a huge amount of primary and secondary source material (just looking up the titles in the bibliography took me the better part of two hours). Whether you're a fan of conspiracy theory or not, the facts presented, and the conclusions drawn, in this book, are thought-provoking and outrageous.

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I read this book sometime in 1988 when l found it my father's collection,it really opened my eyes. Now when l see things happening l am not surprised at all. l am looking for it, to buy and share with friends.

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A great man by the name Dr. Robert Clarkson of South Carolina who died on March 1, 2010 gave this book to me to read. It is one of those kinds of books that is foundational to understanding issues today and throughout history. The stories, for me, were not as important as the concepts that Mr. Allen brought out. A good understanding of the definition, which he lays out perfectly, in the first chapter is the key for the book. This book opened my eye (even wider) to the media and how we read history. MUST READ FOR ALL!! 

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