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The Conspirator's Hierarchy

The Committee of 300

By Dr. John Coleman

4th edition, published in 1991.

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"In my career as a professional intelligence officer, I had many occasions to access highly classified documents, but during service as a political science officer in the field of Angola, West Africa, I had the opportunity to view a series of top secret classified documents which were unusually explicit. What I saw filled me with anger and resentment and launched me on a course from which I have not deviated, namely to uncover what power it is that controls and manages the British and United States governments." (p. 1)

Table of Contents

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An Overview and Some Case Histories

Institutions Through Which Control Is Exercised

Past and Present Institutions/Organizations and Those Directly Under Influence of the Committee of 300

Special Foundations and Interest Groups

Banks

Legal Associations and Lawyers

Accountants/Auditors

Tavistock Institutions in the United States

Bibliography, Summaries and Notes

 

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