The Life And Work Of Antony C. Sutton
Alexander Baron - Jun 17, 2012
Antony C. Sutton died ten years ago today. A mainstream academic, his researches have put flesh on the skeleton of what were once regarded as at best conspiracy theories and at worse, scurrilous or ludicrous ravings.
Antony Cyril Sutton was born an Englishman, in 1925, and died an American on June 17, 2002. He graduated from the University of Southampton, home of the Parkes Institute, and in 1957 relocated to California, becoming an American citizen in 1962.
It was while at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution that he wrote a massive three volume study Western Technology And Soviet Economic Development; later he would condense this into National Suicide: Military Aid To The Soviet Union.