The truth about the secret elite that runs the United States

Alexandra Robbins

18,00 €
“In my last year of study [at Yale University], I joined the secret society Skull and Bones, a society so secret that I cannot say more. » George W. Bush Was a brotherhood of the privileged behind the idea of ​​the atomic bomb as well as the creation of the CIA? Do American economics and politics draw their sources from a crypt at the prestigious Yale University? Composed of current and former students, founded in 1832, the Skull and Bones club is the springboard for great careers in the United States. The brotherhood scrupulously evaluates its candidates, favoring the children of former members, who are often wealthy and influential, for life. Alexandra Robbins, investigative journalist, herself a former student of Yale, conducted a historic and exhaustive investigation which finally lifts the veil on juvenile initiation rites and the networks of influence of seniors. More than an international bestseller, a captivating immersion in the mysteries of power.
The author

At 29, Alexandra Robbins writes for the New Yorker, the Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, the Chicago Tribune… She made a name for herself at the age of 23 for an uncompromising investigation into GW Bush's studies at Yale.

256 pages | ISBN: 9782914388788