A lecture by G. Edward Griffin.
There is a Grand Design which has been the directing force behind every U.S. foreign-policy move since World War II. The objective is disarmament and world government. Mr. Griffin presents the arguments used to justify that goal and then shows the flaws in those arguments. It is difficult to believe that this lecture was filmed in 1968, because the issues are as timely as today's newspaper. 76-min audio cassette, not CD.