G. Edward Griffin
G. Edward Griffin displayed at an early age qualifications for research work on serious matters affecting this country. When he was fifteen he delivered a speech on Patrick Henry at the annual national oratorical contest sponsored by the Hearst newspapers and won first prize. During his senior year in high school he was master of ceremonies of his own CBS network radio program, "Make Way for Youth."
Mr. Griffin was awarded a Regent's Alumni Scholarship to the University of Michigan where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. A job as a radio announcer and news commentator helped further to finance his education.
In addition to two years in the Army, Mr. Griffin was an assistant TV director in the Midwest and, more recently, was with a large insurance company in California. Presently, he is engaged in film production, research, and public relations. He lives with his wife and four children in California.
During 1963 and 1964 Mr. Griffin delivered
throughout the United States a series of speeches on the United Nations. The
Fearful Master is an extension of his thesis on this topic.