The Journal of History     Summer 2008    TABLE OF CONTENTS

World Federalist Association

The World Federalist Association (WFA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the empowerment of the United Nations so it is capable of preventing war, protecting the global environment, and ending international terrorism. WFA's accomplishments include stimulating debate on the proposal for an International Criminal Court, participating in the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit, sponsoring the Global Structures Convocation on Human Rights, and authoring legislation proposed in both houses of Congress. Interns work on WFA's national activist program, The Partners for Global Change, as well as policy research, communications, fundraising, and student outreach. WFA was founded in 1947 and has 10,000 members.

Their headquarters is located seven blocks from the US Capitol building . . . The founders of WFA include Albert Einstein, former US Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, and US Senator Alan Cranston.

World Federalist Association
420 7th Street SE
Washington, DC 200032796
(202) 546-3950

Editor's note: Alan Cranston, Senator from California, who is now deceased, was a member of David Rockefeller's Trilateral Commission, and as such, was keen to establish the One World Government. That should tell you what this organization really is.


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