The Soviet Connection

The U.S. and the Soviet Union


In an article titled “UNITED STATES-RUSSIAN MERGER: A DONE DEAL?” Charlotte Iserbyt wrote the following: In 1934 “Conclusions and Recommendations for the Social Studies”, funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and compiled by the American Historical Association was published. Professor Harold Laski, a philosopher of British socialism, said of this report: “At bottom, and stripped of its carefully neutral phrases, the Report is an educational program for a Socialist America.” The Report stated in part: “The Commission could not limit itself to a survey of textbooks, curricula, methods of instruction, and schemes of examination, but was impelled to consider the condition and prospects of the American people as a part of Western Civilization merging into a world order….Cumulative evidence supports the conclusion that in the United States as in other countries, the age of laissez faire in economy and government is closing and a new age of collectivism is emerging…Organized public education in the United States, much more than ever before, is now compelled, if it is to fulfill its social obligations, to adjust its objectives, its curriculum, its methods of instruction, and its administrative procedures to the requirements of the emerging integrated order….If the school is to justify its maintenance and assume its responsibilities, it must recognize the new order and proceed to equip the rising generation to cooperate effectively in the increasingly interdependent society and to live rationally and well within its limitations and possibilities…”  Read more

Iserbyt continues to state:

Presidents Reagan and Gorbachev signed education agreements in 1985 at the same time the Carnegie Corporation of New York signed even more extensive agreements with the Soviet Academy of Science. These agreements accelerated the merger of the two education systems, changing our education system from one focused on academics and individual mobility to one focused on school-to-work requiring work force training (performance/outcome-based education, or OBE) for a planned international socialist economy.”

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From “Soviets In The Classroom”, Charlotte asks: “Is the repugnant act of burning the American flag more damaging to our nation’s political integrity than letting the Soviets into our classrooms, in person, on video, or through U.S.-Soviet jointly developed curricula?”

Read the full article here: Charlotte Iserbyt_Soviets In The Classroom

“Listen America, ‘EDU-GATE’ is bigger than the ‘IRAN-CONTRA AFFAIR’ and ‘WATERGATE’ combined.” This was posted in the Washington Times in 1987, it was just as true in 2004, and is just as true today. View the original page in the Washington Times here:

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In her article “Sovietizing of American Society” Iserbyt writes the following:

“The late Alexander Solzhenitsyn, famous Soviet dissident, noted writer, concentration camp (GULAG) survivor, issued an important warning September 11, 1973, when he said, in a speech:

“Coexistence on this tightly knit earth should be viewed as an existence not only without wars… but also without [government] telling us how to live, what to say, what to think, what to know, and what not to know.”


Are YOU going to be one of the parents to draw a line in the red sand?


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