Between 1933 and 1953 a change took place in the United States which was so drastic it could be accurately described as a “revolution.” It was during these critical years that the nation’s worst depression occurred and the American people became involved in a catastrophic world war. Shortly afterwards they found themselves in a no-win “undeclared war” in Korea. As crisis piled upon crisis, significant changes took place in the structure of American life.
With all these changes, the questions automatically arise — “Who was responsible for all of this? Did the changes happen because of circumstance — or by design?” A preliminary inquiry indicated that the main thrust was coming from several private foundations which had spent hundreds of millions of dollars in tax-exempt funds to promote textbooks and teachings which were “socialistic.”
In this book, students will get the whole picture — especially as they fill in the blanks to learn more thoroughly the plans being made for their future by these privately-owned foundations. They will also learn that there are solutions to these problems in America today.