G. Edward Griffin is a
writer and documentary film producer with many successful titles to
his credit. Listed in Who’s Who in America, he is well known because
of his talent for researching difficult topics and presenting them
in clear terms that all can understand. He has dealt with such
diverse subjects as archaeology and ancient Earth history, the
Federal Reserve System and international banking, terrorism,
internal subversion, the history of taxation, U.S. foreign policy,
the science and politics of cancer therapy, the Supreme Court, and
the United Nations.
His better-known works include The Creature from Jekyll Island,
World without Cancer, The Discovery of Noah’s Ark, Moles in High
Places, The Open Gates of Troy, No Place to Hide, The Capitalist
Conspiracy, More Deadly than War, The Grand Design, The Life and
Words of Robert Welch, The Great Prison Break, and The Fearful
Mr. Griffin is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he
majored in speech and communications. In preparation for writing his
book on the Federal Reserve System, he enrolled in the College for
Financial Planning located in Denver, Colorado. His goal was not to
become a professional financial planner but to better understand the
real world of investments and money markets. He obtained his CFP
designation (Certified Financial Planner) in 1989.
Mr. Griffin is a recipient of the coveted Telly Award for excellence
in television production, the creator of the Reality Zone Audio
Archives, and is President of American Media, a publishing and video
production company in Southern California. He has served on the
board of directors of The National Health Federation and The
International Association of Cancer Victors and Friends and is
Founder and President of The Cancer Cure Foundation. He is the
founder and president of Freedom Force International.
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