By John Beaty This book is well produced and attractive in appearance as well as being something of a classic of its genre. It claimed, when it was first published in the early 1950s, to be unique in that it discusses the internal decay and the external disasters which threatened the life of the Western World, but diagnoses the growing cancer of which they are merely the symptoms. Aggressively Christian and patriotic in his attitude, the writer goes behind the propaganda and censorship to give his fellow citizens the first comprehensive documented account of the origin, the scope, and the intensions of the “insidious forces working from within”, which are seeking to destroy civilization.pp 240