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Topic - Stanley Kurtz
Based on its title, a reviewer might judge this book as one-dimensional. That would be a mistake. Author Stanley Kurtz does indeed grapple with the subject matter indicated in "Spreading the Wealth: How Obama is Robbing the Suburbs to Pay for the Cities." However, he shows how White House social engineering links that hidden ambition to areas that at first glance may appear beyond issues inherent in a discussion of city versus suburban life.
Editor's Note: In this first of a five-part series, Middle East and Islam specialist Daniel Pipes begins his inquiry into Barack Obama's early Muslim connections by noting the president's autobiographical inaccuracies.
Mr. Kurtz argues a "national curriculum" would mean history and world affairs indoctrination through the prism of a leftist worldview combined with eventual federal takeover.
They include a global governance scheme "that endangers the sovereignty of the United States itself," Mr. Kurtz argues.