The SHADOWS of POWER: The Council on Foreign Relations and the American Decline

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James Perloff exposes the subversive roots and global designs of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Passed off as a think tank, this group is the “power behind the throne,” with hundreds of top appointed government officials drawn from its ranks.

Traces activity from the Wilson to Reagan administrations. Does America have a hidden oligarchy? Is U.S. foreign policy run by a closed shop? What exactly is the CFR? How has it acquired unrivaled influence on American foreign policy? Why does the White House put so much stock in the advice of CFR members? What exactly are the goals of the CFR? Why do the major media avoid discussing it? What has been its impact on America’s past? What is it planning for the future?

Here’s the book that answers your questions.

Softcover, 272 pages

Table of Contents


Chapter 1 A Primer On The CFR

Chapter 2 Background To The Beginning

Chapter 3 The Council’s Birth And Early Links To Totalitarianism

Chapter 4 The CFR And FDR

Chapter 5 A Global War With Global Ends

Chapter 6 The Truman Era

Chapter 7 Between Limited Wars

Chapter 8 The Establishment’s War In Vietnam

Chapter 9 The Unknown Nixon

Chapter 10 Carter And Trilateralism

Chapter 11 A Second Look At Ronald Reagan

Chapter 12 The Media Blackout

Checker 13 The CFR Today

Chapter 14 On The Threshold Of A New World Order?

Chapter 15 Solutions And Hope




Additional information

Weight 10.9 oz