Courtenay invites the author of School World Order John Klyczek back to the show to share memories with and documents left by the legendary Charlotte Iserbyt. This riveting in-person discussion spans the roots of school choice, globalization of education, secret societies, and the works of Anthony Sutton to heart warming stories of Charlotte and her family.

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  • I’ve heard you mention EST a few times and I keep confusing it with Erhardt Seminar Training. I participated in one of thier weekend seminars, in the early 80s (I was unimpressed), but it sounds like what you’ve described as EST grouo training. I can’t tell if Erhardt was linked with Esteline but I do see someone mentioning he was influenced by Carnegie. Not sure if others get confused on that too but… Still loving you’re show! Oh, I also figured out that your not moving to the DC area, so ignore my confusion I wrote you about a few weeks ago.