History shows that the policies debated and proposed by the CFR almost always become US foreign policy. And yet, the CFR is supposed to be a private organization. Very little is known about it. And political scientists almost never investigate it. It pays to study the CFR, however, if we wish to understand how power works in the United States, and what ideology the US ruling elite answers to. The CFR was created by the leaders of the eugenics movement.
Table of Contents
- The CFR: An Introduction
- Who is behind the CFR?
- The eugenics ideology of CFR leaders
- Now, what does this help us explain?
Footnotes and Further Reading
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 Domhoff, G. W. 1970. The Higher Circles: The Governing Class in America. New York: Random House. (p.113)
 Black, E. 2003. War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows. (pp.266-67)
 Carroll, J. 2001. Constantine’s Sword: The Church and the Jews. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. (pp.238-39)
[15a] Gil-White, F. J. 2005. The Crux of World History. Volume 1. The Book of Genesis: The birth of the Jewish people. Historical and Investigative Research.
For a summary of how eugenics was institutionalized in the United States, read chapter 7 of:
Gil-White, F. J. 2004. Resurrecting racism: The current attack on black people using phony science. Historical and Investigative Research.
[17b] “The Long Road of Eugenics: From Rockefeller to Roe v. Wade.”;Orthodoxy Today; by Rebecca Messall.
 Perrow, C. 1991. A Society of Organizations. Theory and Society20:725-762. (p.741)
 Strike at Homestead Mill; The American Experience – Andrew Carnegie; Public Broadcasting Service.
 Higham, C. 1995. Trading with the Enemy: The Nazi-American Money Plot 1933-1949. New York: Barnes & Noble. (p.178)
 Black, E. 1984. The transfer agreement: The dramatic story of the pact between the Third Reich and Jewish Palestine. New York: Carroll & Graf. (p.26)
 Cohn, N. 1981. Warrant for genocide: The myth of the Jewish world-conspiracy and the Protocols of the elders of Zion. Chico, CA: Scholar’s Press.
 Ferguson, T. 1984. From Normalcy to New Deal: Industrial Structure, Party Competition, and American Public Policy in the Great Depression. International Organization 38:41-94. (p.70)
 Joly, M. 1864. Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesquieu.Bruxelles: Imprimerie de A. Mertens et fils.
 “JEWISH WORLD PLOT: AN EXPOSURE. THE SOURCE OF THE PROTOCOLS. TRUTH AT LAST”; The London Times; Tuesday, August 16-18, 1921; by Phillip Graves.
 Foster, C. R. J. 1980. Historical Antecedents: Why the Holocaust? Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science Vol. 450, Reflections on the Holocaust: Historical, Philosophical, and Educational Dimensions:1-19. (p.9, fn.32)
 “Animals, Slavery, and the Holocaust”; Logos; Spring 2005; vol. 4,iss. 2.; by Charles Patterson
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 “Dixiecrats Triumphant: The menacing Mr. Wilson”; By Charles Paul Freund; Reason; December 18, 2002.
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[60a] To read a documented summary of Allied policy toward the mass killing of Jews, visit:
1939-45 — The policy of the Allies toward the plight of the Jews; from “IS THE US AN ALLY OF ISRAEL? A Chronological Look at the Evidence”; Historical and Investigative Research; by Francisco Gil-White.
“Did the National Security Act of 1947 destroy freedom of the press?: The red pill…”; Historical and Investigative Research – 3 Jan 2006; by Francisco Gil-White
 Shklar, J. N. 1991. Redeeming American Political Theory. The American Political Science Review 85:3-15. (p.14)
 Sibley, E. 2001. Social Science Research Council: The First Fifty Years. New York: Social Science Research Council.
 “The Long Road of Eugenics: From Rockefeller to Roe v. Wade.”; Orthodoxy Today; by Rebecca Messall.