New Book from JBS CEO Details History of the First 100 Years of War Against God and the Constitution


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New Book from JBS CEO Details History of the First 100 Years of War Against God and the Constitution
"To the Victor Go the Myths and Monuments" now available

APPLETON, WIS. JULY 22, 2016 —"To the Victor Go the Myths and Monuments" by JBS CEO Arthur R. Thompson exposes the groups that infiltrated America, working to slowly move the culture, the government, and society far away from the country's founding ideals of limited government, self-responsibility, and liberty for all.

Published by American Opinion Foundation Publishing, this book brings to light how groups such as the Bavarian Illuminati, Revolutionary France, and German intellectuals were able to subvert American schools, rewrite history books, exploit volatile issues, and form political parties in order to move their long term objectives forward.

"To the Victor Go the Myths and Monuments," explains the ignorance of American history that is published in modern books posing as facts that are used in schools today. Even though 200+ years have passed, forces are still trying to alter history to fit this agenda.

Thompson writes that, "[a] major difficulty with the ability to make decisions is having all the facts. Even the most logical thinker can reach the wrong conclusion if he does not have sufficient knowledge of all the facts dealing with that decision."

Readers will find that some traditional American heroes in history may not be as they are portrayed, as are many events in American history. To discuss further details, Thompson is available for interviews. Digital and print copies for review are also available.

"To the Victor Go the Myths and Monuments" (492 pages, hb, ISBN 978-1-936698-01-1 $24.95) is available at

Founded in 1958 and headquartered in Appleton, Wis., The John Birch Society is dedicated to restoring and preserving freedom under the U.S. Constitution. Members come from all walks of life and are active throughout the 50 states on local, state, and national issues. United by a strong belief in personal freedom and limited government, JBS member educational efforts have played a continuous and pivotal role in exposing legislation and policies that threaten the independence of America and the freedom of citizens.


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