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THE GREAT CONSPIRACY - Its Origin and History
by General John A. Logan (1886)

In another post I mentioned my plan (if one can call it that) for deciding which books I want to read.

My master plan lead early on to the LaRouche organization and that lead naturally to one of the most important LaRouche history books, Treason in America: From Aaron Burr to Averell Harriman by Anton Chaitkin (see an earlier topic in this section). Treason in America has lead to many valuable discoveries, including an incredible book that I just read that is free as an EBook* from the Project Gutenburg site, THE GREAT CONSPIRACY - Its Origin and History by Civil War general and U.S. Senator John A Logan** from Illinois.

What I learned from Anton Chaitkin and the other LaRouche historians is that the proper way to see our history is to realize that the American Revolutionary War never ended, that there have only been a series of cease fires and a shifting of tactics. For example, the end of the American Civil War (properly called The War of The Rebellion) brought the realization that the British Empire could never again hope to defeat the United States militarily and that the Republic would have to be attacked by “other means.” For example the great imperialist operative Cecil Rhodes, at his death in 1902, left all his wealth as his part of the campaign to recolonize the U.S. covertly.

The Great Conspiracy is an example of real United States history written by a real citizen patriot who was writing when such people still existed.

This is another work that will show the true student of history that the improperly named American Civil War was not a civil war at all but was in fact a planned and instigated war of rebellion against the Union of the United States. It connects to and confirms beyond any doubt vital points that Anton Chaitkin makes in the chapter in Treason in America entitled: “‘Operation South Carolina’ and the Career of Caleb Cushing.’”

Even considering the enormous research and scholarship that General Logan must have undertaken to complete this book project he would have had no way of knowing, writing in the mid 1880s, how right he was about what the so called Civil War was a part of.

* - the Project Gutenberg link:

** - A Brief Biography of John A. Logan

Ron Williams