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One of the better of its type,
This review is from: The Rockefeller File (Paperback)
... Gary Allen was one of the better writers working in the genre of the paranoid and, even if his conclusions don't always hold up, one can't deny that he does a very good job of compiling and presenting his evidence. While The Rockefeller File doesn't quite match up to Allen's classic None Dare Call It Conspiracy, its a compelling presentation of a world view that many dismiss with ridicule without really giving it fair consideration beforehand.
This book I would recommend to anyone who is truly curious about the ideas behind the theories of those who the media dismisses as "anti-government extremists." Whether you agree with them or not, its hard to deny that they're a group who are often held up as easy targets by liberals. They're the scapegoats of modern America and deserve at least a chance to state their views without being shouted down in fits of moral indignation. The Rockefeller File presents one of their better cases. Read this book, consider the evidence and conclusions within, and then decide for yourself. Either disagree like me or agree like thousands of others, but at least give them a fair hearing.
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Initial post: Jun 13, 2013, 3:02:37 PM PDT
This is a very charitable analysis, and for that reason, wonderfully refreshing. Thank you!
Posted on Mar 4, 2015, 4:52:45 AM PST
thank you very much for great review. wouldn't it be wonderful, if pages with evidences were white color, and pages with conclusions, let's say, yellow. It would be so easy to skip yellow pages:)
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