British history 1880 - 1950 Carroll Quigley
You have probably all been in a conversation or two with someone who tells you it is complete madness to 'believe' in a conspiracy and likely they would mention a social engineering term such as ‘tin foil hats’ as it is part of their conditioning. Indeed we have all been conditioned to some extent and school history lessons are no exception. So how do you counter such an accusation to someone who may otherwise be quite intelligent except for the belief that conspiracy is lunacy? This is the antidote, one reading of this book and you will have nearly every name, every connection and most importantly from an insider who knew a lot of these people personally.
This society has been known at various times as Milner’s Kindergarten, as the Round Table Group, as the Rhodes crowd, as The Times crowd, as the All Souls group, and as the Cliveden set. All of these terms are unsatisfactory, for one reason or another, and I have chosen to call it the Milner Group. Those persons who have used the other terms, or heard them used, have not generally been aware that all these various terms referred to the same Group.
So read on, this links you to a free online book and it is a goldmine of information.