The New World Order (Robertson)
The New World Order is a New York Times best-selling book authored by Pat Robertson, published in 1991.
In a critical review of this book, Ephraim Radner wrote, "Lind and Heilbrun show how Robertson took over—in some cases word for word—well-worn theories of a Jewish conspiracy. In particular, Robertson relied on the work of Nesta Webster and Eustace Mullins."
Robertson's tome was described as a 'catch all for conspiracy theories' by Christian academic Don Wilkey:
A summary of Robertson’s book is found on page 177 in which Pat says a conspiracy has existed in the world working through Freemasonry and a secret Order of the Illuminati, a group combining Masons and Jewish Bankers.
See also 
- Radner, Ephraim. New world order, old world anti-Semitism.(Pat Robertson of the Christian Coalition)(includes related articles on the Illuminati)(Cover Story). The Christian Century 112.n26 (Sept 13, 1995): 844(6). InfoTrac OneFile. Thomson Gale. 
- Don Wilkey, book review of New World Order, "A Christian Looks At the Religious Right". Retrieved December 11, 2006
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