Archibald Edwards Roberts

The Most Secret Science (1984)

The Most Secret Science (1984) by Archibald Edwards Roberts


THE MOST SECRET SCIENCE rips the veil of secrecy from the men and the system behind America's economic crisis, and:

  • Provides the necessary knowledge and plan of operations enabling you to harness powers of county and state governments to your financial survival.
  • Shows what Americans like you are doing to escape impending economic / political disaster.
  • Explains how sovereign states seek to oust international bankers from the nation's pocketbook.

THE MOST SECRET SCIENCE makes you privy to the fruits of vast economic research, state legislature hearings, and court findings branding the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 "unconstitutional," and Federal Reserve banks "private corporations" which create money out of thin air and charge interest on it forever.

Archibald Edwards Roberts

Graduate of the Officer Candidate School, Command and General Staff College, Armed Forces Information School, Airborne School, and the Medical Field Service School.

Enlisted 2 June 1939 at Denver, Colorado. Commissioned 19 December 1942 at Camp Pickett, Virginia. Assigned Pacific and European Theatres, World War II, and Far East during the Korean Conflict.

An ex-paratrooper who served with the 11th Airborne Division, the 187th Airborne Regimental Combat Team, the 101st Airborne Division, and the 3rd Infantry Division as an Army Information Officer.

Wrote and directed the 24th Infrantry Division, ""Pro-Blue" troop information program which was the central issue in the 1962 Senate "military muzzling" investigations. (Military Cold War Education and Speech Review Policies, Senate Committee on Armed Services, April 4-13, 1962).

Successful litigant (1962-65) in a precedent-setting law suit against the Secretary of the Army, Cyrus R. Vance, involving freedom of speech of military personnel. Voluntarily retired in 1965 after twenty-six years Army service.

Author of the award-winning book, Victory Denied (1966), The Anatomy of a Revolution (1968), Peace: By the Wonderful People Who Brought You Korea and Viet Nam (1972), The Republic: Decline and Future Promise (1975), The Crisis of Federal Regionalism: A Solution (1976), Emerging Struggle for State Sovereignty (1979), How to Organize for Survival (1982), and hundreds of articles on The New World Order and its U.S. manifestations: United Nations, Federal Regionalism, and Federal Reserve System. Roberts publishes a monthly bulletin with national circulation and distribution to state lawmakers, media and heads of conservative organizations.

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