"Senator Richard F. Pettigrew's fascinating political insider's account of what was really going on in America during the late 19th/early 20th century. Reprint edition of an extremely rare book that dared to tell truth to power. See my five star Amazon.com review."
"Professor Carroll Quigley examines the elite composition of the British and American Establishments, their inter-relationship and symbiotic nature, and the pivotal roles of Cecil Rhodes, Alfred Lord Milner, and J. P. Morgan."
"How British Intelligence, FDR, and America's anglophile northeastern elite created the OSS (and later the CIA) to smash the "Old Right" coalition of libertarians and nationalists opposed to globalism."
"Hagiographic "court history" portrait of Establishment "chairman" McCloy. A more incisive analysis is found in Murray N. Rothbard's path-breaking Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy (see #1 above)."
"Absolutely fascinating account of the fierce internecine warfare between elite financial blocs such as the House of Morgan and the Rockefellers for dominance and control of America. See my five star Amazon.com review."
"Chernow's massive, uncritical study is important for what it leaves uncovered, as well as the detailed portrait presented. Carrol Quigley's Tragedy and Hope provides the necessary corrective (see #8 above)."