From the Back Cover
Is the United Nations the institution upon which the future depends, or an instrument of socialist tyranny? What are the principles which the UN and its masters serve? How would the fulfillment of the UN's stated objectives affect you and your family?
In Freedom on the Altar, journalist William Norman Grigg documents that the UN's envisioned new world order would:
* Indoctrinate children in socialist values, which may include compulsory "volunteer" labor:
* Exercise control over family life, which would include coercive population control, parental "licensing," and the seizure of children from parents deemed "incompetent" by UN-approved officials;
* Eradicate America's distinctive culture, free institutions, and Biblically-derived values; and
* Create an official world religion and persecute those who profess traditional Biblical religion.
About the Author
William Norman Grigg was born in Idaho and educated at Ricks College and Utah State University. While studying at the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C., he worked as a research assistant to Fred Barnes, the White House correspondent for The New Republic magazine. He has also worked on the staff of the National Right-to-Life Committee. From 1989 to 1993, Mr. Grigg wrote an award-winning column for the Provo Daily Herald newspaper in Provo, Utah. His first book, The Gospel of Revolt: Feminism vs. The Family, was published in 1993.
Mr. Grigg has reported from five foreign countries and covered the 1994 UN International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo, Egypt for The New American magazine. He is currently a senior editor at The New American magazine.