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Gary Allen (1936 – November 29, 1986) was an Americanmarker conservative journalist.

As a student, he was majoring in history at Stanford Universitymarker and studied at California State University, Long Beachmarker. Gary Allen was a prominent member of the John Birch Society, of which he was a spokesman. He contributed to magazines such as Conservative Digest and American Opinion since 1964. He also was the speech writer for George Wallace during the Alabamamarker Governor Presidential campaigns and was adviser to the conservative Texas millionaire Nelson Bunker Hunt.

In 1972, Gary Allen wrote with Larry Abraham a famous book None Dare Call It Conspiracy (prefaced by John G. Schmitz), which was a best seller (said to have sold over five million copies worldwide) during the United States presidential election. An investigator of US financial, industrial, and political elites, he wrote other books about the Council on Foreign Relations and the Trilateral Commission, claiming that that the term "New World Order" was used by a secretive elite dedicated to the destruction of all national sovereignties.

He died in 1986, at the age of 50 of a liver ailment. His book, Say "No!" to the new world order, was published posthumously in January of 1987.

Works

  • Communist Revolution in the Streets, Western Islands, 1967
  • Nixon's Palace Guard, Western Islands, Western Islands, 1971
  • Richard Nixon: The Man Behind the Mask, Western Islands, 1971
  • None Dare Call It Conspiracy, Lightyear Press, 1972
  • Jimmy Carter, Jimmy Carter, '76 Press, 1976
  • Kissinger: The Secret Side of the Secretary of State, 76 Press, 1976
  • The Rockefeller File, '76 Press, 1976
  • Tax Target, Washington, '76 Press, 1978
  • Ted Kennedy: In Over His Head, '76 Press, 1981
  • Say "No!" to the New World Order, Concord Press, 1987


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