"Grabbing for Power"
By Alexander Hamilton and Karen Holmes
The founding fathers of the American Revolution did not all join at the same time. They were squeezed to come in. Alexander Hamilton joined the revolution only when it became apparent that he would lose everything he worked so hard to create. He admired the financial elite, who believed the revolution was bad for business.
In this booklet, Alexander Hamilton tells readers "there is a power struggle as segment after segment is drawn into the movement...."
Are you resisting the movement because it is affecting you financially? Play "Who Do You Admire?" It is a game with very high stakes.
This is the second booklet of the Power Series, which explains where true power comes from.
This booklet is recommended reading for The Exit Strategy for Iraq proposal associated with the plan for the creation of the international government.