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The New American:
FROM MEGATONS TO MICROBES: SCARING US INTO THE NEW WORLD ORDER: Threats of worldwide disease, like the earlier threat of nuclear war, provide a power mechanism for getting Americans to surrender to global government.

This article originally appeared in the November 24, 1997 issue of The New American--24 years ago this month. The article warned, "Where once we were menaced by megatons, the danger now supposedly comes from microbes--and familiar voices are insisting anew that only world government can save humanity from destruction. "

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