Following is a short list of important history books in my library, out of hundreds. Most are available at or ABE books or elsewhere.

Lines of Credit Ropes of Bondage by Robert Goldsborough

Carnegie’s Conclusions and Recommendations for the Social Studies, 1934, which calls for using education to change capitalist economic system to planned economy and in some cases to take our land

Major Jordan’s Diaries written by George Racey Jordan who came across,in his official duties during WWII case of ingredients for atom bomb being sent to Russia (Lend Lease) during WWII. This book implicates Roosevelt and others 100% in treason.

None Dare Call It Conspiracy by Gary Allen.

How the Far East Was Lost by John Flynn

Proofs of a Conspiracy by John Robison, 1798, England, published in USA. Robison gave a copy of that book to George Washington. Researchers believe that book was the reason George Washington got out of the Masons.

Tragedy and Hope by Prof. Carroll Quigley, historian for the CFR, who said, in effect “both parties are controlled at the top” = Republican Presidents and Democrat Presidents pre-selected by the Insiders.

ALL of Antony Sutton’s books. Sutton told me that his most important book, written after he and I had corresponded and I had given him the Catalog Lists of The Order of Skull and Bones, is How The Order Controls Education.

All of Dennis Cuddy, Phd. books

Beware Metro by Phoebe Courtney, 1973 (regional govt.)

Behind The Green Mask by Rosa Koire (update to Courtney’s book)

School World Order by Jake Klyczek, Trine Day Publishing (most recently published on this list)

Why You Are Losing Your Children by Barbara Morris.

Child Abuse in the Classroom by Phyllis Schlafly. I, Charlotte, passed on most info in this book to Schlafly, after getting myself fired from U.S. Dept. of Ed for leaking a document on technology.

Raping Our Children by Gloria Lenz

Sexual Sabotage : How One Mad Scientist Unleashed a Plague of Corruption and Contagion on America by Judith Reisman

the deliberate dumbing down of america, Iserbyt, 1999, available here.

Back to Basics Reform or OBE Skinnerian International Curriculum, 1985, by Charlotte Iserbyt.

In the Presence of Our Enemies by Ellen McClay.

School of Darkness by Bella Dodd, former member of Communist Party, New York.

Behind the Lodge Door by the late Paul Fisher, probably the No. 1 expert in world on Free Masonry.

All of the above books are available at and other bookseller websites. If unavailable, let me know, and perhaps I can direct you to a bookseller.

If unable, go to American where many very important, out of print books are included in PDF format. (Search for them here first, as we are continually adding them) Incredible collection of information on free Masonry, etc. and all of Charlotte’s research on education, some taken out of U.S. Dept. of Education, is posted at that website.

This is not inclusive, by any means.