Tragedy and Hope

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Publication date1966
Author(s)Carroll Quigley
SubjectsDeep politics,  US/Deep State,  Federal Reserve
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A 1966 expose of US deep state history by Carroll Quigley

Tragedy and Hope is a history book by Carroll Quigley. It was highly esteemed by John Taylor Gatto.


Carroll Quigley was given access to the CFR archives to write the book.


Tragedy and Hope was subject to censorship.[How?][citation needed] This became ineffective after the rise of the internet, and the who book is now freely downloadable.[1]


Richard Grove chose the name for his website.