Kissinger on the Couch

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Kissinger on the Couch is a 846-page detailed, very critical analysis of Henry Kissinger published in 1975, as written by Phyllis Schlafly and Admiral Chester Ward.

The significance of this book is that it supported Phyllis Schlafly's successful efforts to keep Kissinger out of any position of influence in the Reagan Administration, thereby averting a globalist, Deep State takeover of Reagan's presidency.

In contrast with the successful exclusion of Kissinger from a conservative administration, Anthony Fauci has remained in political control through both Republican and Democrat administrations long after his influence had been sharply criticized.