The rare audio-recording of the interview with Prof. Carroll Quigley from 1974 regarding his book Tragedy And Hope and why he wrote it. The interview with Quigley was performed by Rudy Maxa of the Washington Post in 1974 which was done in relation to an article he later wrote.
Quigley's book, 'Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in Our Time' is about the real power, the parallel, shadow, deepstate government, the founders of RIIA, CFR and their agenda for the world. The limited copy book was hard to obtain at first and the printing plates for it was soon after stolen from the publisher and Quigley talk about this ordeal in this interview. However, luckely the book was immidiatly recognized by some clear minded researchers for its immense informational value and by using one of the few copies that was initially printed as a mold, it were soon pirated, re-printed and spread widely by people who recognized the immense importance of sharing it with the rest of the world. Since then it have been easier to find as it have been reprinted by several smaller and larger publishers. Tip: The price still remain quite high and you could therefor choose to look for a more cheaper used copy.
QUIGLEY: “Now, this is. I knew the Round Table group was very influential. I knew that they
were the real founders of the Royal Institutes of International Affairs. And I knew
that, all the stuff that is in print, that they were they real founders of the Institutes
of Pacific Relations. I knew that they were the godfathers of the, uh, Council on
Foreign Relations ..” - Transcript exerpt from interview.
Preceding (written spoken notes before audio interview start)
Quigley was also a private tutor for fmr. US. president Bill Clinton.