New world order, old world anti-semitism

Radner, Ephraim
September 1995
Christian Century;9/13/95, Vol. 112 Issue 26, p844
Examines whether the writings of Pat Roberston, particularly his book `The New World Order' displays anti-Semitic sentiments. Robertson's statement denying any anti-Semitic intent; Purpose of the writing of `The New World Order'; Discussion of Robertson's presentation of a conspiracy designed to control world politics and world economics. INSETS: The Illuminati in Europe.;The Illuminati in America..


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