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Intro to Dr. Schroder's Work

Dr. Eugene Schroder has found the key to why our Constitutionally guaranteed rights are violated daily. It's the insidious use of "emergency powers" meant to be used only in time of invasion of rebellion.

Dr. Schroder proves with the government's own documents that the Constitution has been effectively set aside since 1933. Eleven presidents, both Democrat and Republican, have used emergency powers for the last 62 years to regulate our daily lives without the inconvenience of Congressional approval. The definition of "emergencies" has been stretched to include economic problems, social imbalances, and perceived threats to the US by any foreign country's actions, even those on other continents.

Senate Report 93-549, written in 1973, says "Since March 9, 1933, the United States has been in a state of declared national emergency...Under the powers delegated by these statutes, the president may: seize property;...seize commodities; assign military forces abroad; institute martial law; seize and control all transportation and communication;...restrict travel; and, in a plethora of particular ways, control the lives of all American citizens."

The president can act through Executive Order, Presidential Proclamation, or through his many agencies, which include most of the alphabet agencies.

The framers of the Constitution asserted that Americans have certain inalienable, God-given rights. But under emergency rule, all these rights are declared null and void. The government charges us for these rights by requiring licenses and excessive paperwork, with strings attached, as long as restrictive and ill-defined requirements are met.

Dr. Schroder's landmark research is documented in three books: Constitution: Fact or Fiction (now on CD for $14.95 and in ebook form for $12.00); War, Central Planning and Corporations (book $10.00, ebook $8.00), War and Emergency Powers Special Report ($20.00. out of stock); and a Videos ($20) More details in Book Section.

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Books by Dr. Eugene Schroder of Campo, Colorado

Constitution: Fact or Fiction - Ebook or Ebook on CD (Sold out of hardcopies)

War, Central Planning and Corporations - Book or Ebook

War and Emergency Powers Audiotape and Video.


Constitution: Fact or Fiction
CD, in Adobe pdf format
$14.95 + shipping

Searchable, printable
Adobe pdf format

Constitution: Fact or Fiction
Downloadable Ebook

War, Central Planning and Corporations
Downloadable Ebook $8.00

Softcover Book

War and Emergency Powers Audiotape
Dr. Schroder on audiocassette. 90 minutes $5.00

War and Emergency Powers Video on DVD
The original audiotape made by Dr. Schroder and friends in Campo, Colorado.
Adapted for DVD by Buffalo Creek Press. 2 hours on double sided DVD.

Constitution: Fact or Fiction Electronic Edition

Constitution: Fact or Fiction Electronic Edition
From the classic hardcopy book by Dr. Eugene Schroder with Micki Nellis.
Complete electronic version is in Acrobat pdf format. It's searchable by word or phrase and printable. Includes the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and an extensive definition of terms.

Constitution: Fact or Fiction is the fascinating story of how war and emergency powers have been used to set aside the Constitution for the last 65 years.  Dr. Schroder's first major work has now becoming a classic. The original printed edition (ISBN 1-885534-06-X) is sold out. It has been replaced by Constitution: Fact or Fiction Electronic Edition (ISBN 1-885534-10-8).

War, Central Planning and Corporations

War, Central Planning, and Corporations 
The Corporate State | Introductory Chapter

War, Central Planning and Corporations, a new book by Dr. Eugene Schroder and David Schechter, was the basis of Dr. Schroder's presentation at the Western Economic Conference in Seattle July 12. Dr. Walker F. Todd, formerly with the Federal Reserve, served as editor.

    Dr. Schroder shows penetrating insight into how government control, highly centralized authority, and large corporations all function together, using extraordinary and unconstitutional powers assumed during pretense of national emergency. Thoroughly researched and footnoted with excerpts from Senate Studies, the Congressional Record, State Archives, and Supreme Court Decisions. This landmark study continues with the work Dr. Schroder began in Constitution: Fact or Fiction.

    War, Central Planning and Corporations had its beginning almost twenty years ago in 1979. Dr. Eugene Schroder, a founder of the American Agriculture Movement, was invited to the White House to meet with Stuart Eizenstat, President Carter's chief economic advisor. Dr. Schroder posed the question to Mr. Eizenstat "Under the current prices for inputs and current market prices, the family farmers cannot meet their obligations to the Farmers Home Administration, Federal Land Banks, and banks. If we do not change agricultural policy and support the market prices, what is the government going to do? Are you going to nationalize the farmland?"
    Mr. Eizenstat, taken aback by the question, hesitated then responded "If we have to nationalize, we will. Farming is too important and vital a resource to be left in the hands of individual farmers."

    Dr. Schroder recalls "The full meaning and consequences of central planning authority had finally reached home with me... We began extensive research into the history of central planning and the influence of economic combinations, especially corporations, on the origination and use of the central planning power of government."

    Five years ago he and other researchers uncovered the use of emergency powers as a way to set aside the Constitution of the United States in order to achieve this central planning and impose unconstitutional control. Since then Dr. Schroder has documented extensively how war and emergency powers, meant to be used only in times of actual invasion or rebellion, are used daily to set aside the Constitution, affecting every man, woman, and child in the country.

    The Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933, a curse to farmers for so many years, was a key piece of legislation in these emergency powers, for it took the power to coin and regulate money away from congress (as provided in the Constitution) and gave it to the president. Tracing back through the archives, further investigation showed how emergency government was simultaneously implemented in all states through a highly coordinated effort coming straight down from FDR and the federal government. Emergency government, outside the bounds of the Constitution, has now been the norm for more than 64 years, according to the Senate's own study.

    The results of this extensive research are contained in three books Constitution: Fact or Fiction (1995), the latest, War, Central Planning and Corporations (presented to the Western Economic Conference in 1997), and the upcoming Free Our Children: Breaking the Chains of Debt.

    Now shipping War, Central Planning and Corporations. $10 plus $3.00 shipping per order. Quantity discounts available.

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