In addition to sex education, humanism, and subversion, the book explores various other areas in its study of SIECUS and its associates. Population control, legalized abortion, homosexuality, pornography, sensitivity training, and even drugs, it was* discovered, all are part of the general theme. These topics are introduced into the book at certain points to reveal the incredibly broad range of influence wielded by the SIECUS complex.
What do Vice President Walter Mondale, Madalyn Mary O’Hair, and John D. Rockefeller III have in common? What philosophy guides the Sex Information and Education Council of the United States, Planned Parenthood, and the A.C.L.U.? The answer to both questions is Humanism, a philosophical movement that is increasingly influential in government, churches, schools, and the communications media. Until the publication of “The SIECUS Circle,” there was no convenient guide to the humanist organizations that promote abortion, atheism, forced sex education in the public schools, homosexuality, pornography and a permissive attitude toward drugs. This book is indispensible to anyone seeking to understand the decline of the American Republic.