Political Science Books

None Dare Call it Conspiracy

by Garry Allen and Larry Abraham

This is one of the most interesting books I have ever read about political science, finance, economics, American history, fiat money, banks, bankers, politicians, business icons, financiers, gold smiths, silver, gold, coins, greed, lust for power, world government, US conspiracy, and US treason. I read this book at about age 15 for fun. It should be taught in every high school and college. Unfortunately this will never happen.

by Ronald A. Blumenthal


by John F. McManus


En Route to Global Occupation Paperback 

December 1, 1996

By Gary H. Kah



by George Orwell


Grave Influence 21 Radicals and Their Worldviews That Rule America From the Grave                    

by Brannon House


How the World Really Works

by Alex B. Jones


Pathfinding our Destiny: Preventing the Final Fall of Our Democratic Republic


Charles Hugh Smith


Totalitaria: What If The Enemy Is The State?

by Ian Wishart


Wall Street and The Rise of Hitler

by Antony C. Sutton


Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution

by Antony C. Sutton


Masters Of Deceit: The Story Of Communism In America And How To Fight It


J. Edgar Hoover


Hitler Was a Socialist: A comparison of NAZI-Socialism, Communism, Socialism, and the United States

We associate Fascism with NAZI and Adolf Hitler. Wrong! Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist Worker’s Party, NAZI, was a Socialist party. Then who told us that Hitler and the NAZI were Fascist? Joseph Stalin, the mass murderer of the USSR said so. And the rest of the world obeyed. It is time to uncover the truth. Adolf Hitler was a monster, a Socialist monster, as all Socialists are. The facts are out there in plain sight, but the Marxist Academia and media will not consider talking about the truth, least it would tarnish the “good” reputation of the Communism-Socialism, which killed 200 million people worldwide. Socialism, we must fear, not fascism.

Dumitru 'Mit" Sandru



Have not fascism in Italy and National Socialism in Germany claimed that they have attained
similar results [as in U.S.S.R.]? Have not both been achieved at the price of privation and personal liberty sacrificed for the good of the state?

Joseph Stalin