Carroll Quigley

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(academic, historian)
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Boston, Massachusetts
Died1977-01-03 (Age 66)
Washington DC
Alma materHarvard University
Exposed • UK Deep state
• US Deep state
InterestsUS/Deep state
A US historian who used unprecedented access to US deep state archives to write Tragedy and Hope

Carroll Quigley was a US historian who had unprecedented access to the archives of the Trilateral Commission.[citation needed] John Taylor Gatto termed him "a superb writer and thinker".[1]


Quigley researched the histories of the UK deep state the US deep state, which he collectively termed "The Anglo-American Establishment".


Quigley stated that he was in broad agreement with the designs of the elite groups he studied, but disagreed that they should keep their activities secret, hence his publication of books about them.[citation needed]


Tragedy and Hope

Full article: Tragedy and Hope
An unabridged version of Tragedy and Hope

Quigley produced Tragedy and Hope, a pioneering expose of the US deep state which sold out very quickly, after which the publishers destroyed the plates. It was suppressed and very hard to find for many years.

This book was nevertheless highly influential on an older generation of truth seekers, including John Taylor Gatto. Gatto, by his own account, spent 6 months seeking the book and after finding one in the rare book room of New York library, had it stolen before return it some months later.[1]

It is now available for download from the Internet Archive.[2]

The Anglo-American Establishment

Full article: Stub class article The Anglo-American Establishment
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The The Anglo-American Establishment focuses on the evolution of the UK deep state about a century ago.


A Document by Carroll Quigley

TitleDocument typeSubject(s)Description
Document:The Milner Group in Word War IIWikispooks PageWW2
Milner Group
The concluding chapter of Quigley's magnum opus on the Milner Group.


A Quote by Carroll Quigley

UK/Deep state“One wintry afternoon in February 1891, three men were engaged in earnest conversation in London. From that conversation were to flow consequences of the greatest importance to the British Empire and to the world as a whole. For these men were organizing a secret society that was for more than fifty years to be one of the most important forces in the formulation and execution of British imperial and foreign policy.”The Anglo-American Establishment
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