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There is a force at work in our land that is set to invade the most private areas of home and family.^^This force is purposeful and exacts an enormous human cost. It has a secret agenda: to reeducate and reparent society-starting today, starting with our children. This plan was conceived by social engineers who have gained access to the highest offices of power in this land. And they are using our hard-earned tax dollars to accomplish their purpose.^^The Family Under Siege examines eight of the major organizations and institutions that are spearheading the new social agenda: Planned Parenthood, the National Education Association, Greenpeace, the American Civil Liberties Union, ACT UP, the Children's Defense Fund, the World Health Organization, and Tikkun. Besides their wide range and representative character, these groups were selected because of their special privilege and proximity to the powers-that-be in Washington-as well as in Ottawa and London.^^If you are unaware of how much ground the new social engineers have gained, what you read may shock you. Bestselling author George Grant will help you discover just who they are, what they want, why they want it, how they intend to get it, and then help you forumulate basic guidelines for a sound and reasoned response.
A well-researched look at what the new social engineers have in mind for you and your children. Major powers like the ACLU, NEA, and Planned Parenthood are examined.
Grant, Ph.D., DLit, is the Director of the King's Meadow Study Center, and the editor of the Arx Axiom, Stirling Bridge, and Mercury newsletters, a regular columnist for both World and Table Talk magazines, the editorial fellow at the Franklin Classical School. He has served as a radio and television commentator, political consultant, editorial director for four major publishing companies, and executive director for two national media outreach ministries. He has studied political science at the University of Houston, theology at Midwestern Seminary, and literature and philosophy at Whitefield