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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: Walter Cronkite on N.W.O. (fwd)

>If we are to avoid a nuclear World War II, "a system of world order -
>preferably a system of world government - is mandatory," declares Walter
>Cronkite in his recent book A Reporter's Life. "The proud nations
>someday will see the light and, for the common good and their own
>survival, yield up their precious sovereignty, just as America's
>thirteen colonies did two centuries ago. When we finally come to our
>senses and establish a world executive and parliament of nations, thanks
>to the Nuremberg precedent we will already have in place the
>fundamentals for the third branch of government, the judiciary."
>Commenting on this paean to world government, the Media Research Center
>suggests that Cronkite has proven "Trilateral Commission paranoids
>Source: The New American
>        Insider Report, p. 11
>        May 12, 1997

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