The Conspirators' Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300

Dr. John Coleman

“The upper level parallel government does not operate from dank basements and secret underground chambers. It places itself in full view in the White House, Congress and in No. 10 Downing Street and the Houses of Parliament. It is akin to those weird and supposedly terrifying ‘monster’ films, where the monster appears with distorted features, long hair and even longer teeth, growling and slavering all over the place. This is a distraction—the REAL MONSTERS wear business suits and drive to work on Capitol Hill in limousines. These men are IN OPEN VIEW. These men are the servants of the One World Government/New World Order. Like the rapist who stops to offer his victim a friendly ride, he does not LOOK like the monster he is. The same applies to government at all levels. President Bush does not LOOK like a dutiful servant of the upper-level parallel government, but make no mistake about it, he is as much a MONSTER as are those found in horror movies.”

Publisher: New Society
Paperback: 286 pages

Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden Curriculum of Compulsory Schooling

John Taylor Gatto

“By stars and red checks, by smiles and frowns, prizes, honors and disgraces, I teach kids to surrender their will to the predestined chain of command.” FLA

Publisher: New Society
Paperback: 104 pages

The Perfect Machine: Television and the Bomb

Joyce Nelson

Touching on ratings, radiation hazards, TV and nuclear colonialism, brain research, propaganda, television genres and the Manhattan Project, Nelson traces the full range of impacts and the crucial role of corporate control of these two omnipresent, interlocking and seemingly omnipotent technologies. AK

Publisher: New Society
Paperback: 187 pages

Scorched Earth: The Military’s Assault on the Environment

William Thomas

Uncle Sam is “the single largest generator of hazardous wastes in the U.S.” It’s an undeclared war on the Big Blue Marble. We’re talking major, major, major pollution: radar “smog,” fuel dumps, unexploded explosives, discarded chemicals, radiation waste, nerve gas, etc., all heading to a groundwater site near you. “Drawing on first-hand experience and more than 100 carefully researched sources, “ the author “describes the stunning extent of the pollution that the world’s armed forces create each day—even during peace time—through their testing, maneuvers, accidents, toxic dumping, emergencies and uranium mining and processing.” Also documents “the growing citizen’s movement—often led by women—for military cleanup and conversion.” A good place to start is “the most contaminated square mile on Earth,” located 16 miles outside of Denver. It’s the result of a “toxic face-off” between neighboring Rocky Mountain Arsenal and McClellan Air Force Base. GR

Publisher: New Society
Paperback: 227 pages