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This volume includes all programs shown below. When making any additional purchase, you save $21 (more than 53%) from the cost of three CDs purchased separately.

Norman DoddThe Hidden Agenda, the testimony of Norman Dodd, former staff director of the Congressional Special Committee to Investigate Tax-Exempt Foundations. Mr. Dodd reveals that the major foundations, have been promoting an agenda that has nothing to do with charity or good works. The objective has been to move the U.S. into acceptance of a world government, based on the principles of socialism, which is to be ruled from behind the scenes by those same interests which control the foundations. 45 min.

Frederic BastiatThe Law.
The year is 1850. Economist and statesman Frederic Bastiat speaks passionately before the French Legislative Assembly exposing the contradictions of socialism. Is it proper for a large group to plunder a small group? Is it any different if the plunderers use the democratic process to pass laws that make their plundering legal? 82 min.
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World Without CancerWorld Without Cancer; The Story of Vitamin B17 (Laetrile), a documentary by G. Edward Griffin. This is the soundtrack of a film based on this book of the same title, which marshals the evidence that cancer, like scurvy or pellagra, is primarily a deficiency disease caused by the lack of an essential food factor missing from modern man's diet. 58 min Listen to a sample.

Audio Archives Volume II

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