The Non-Existent NAU

The Boston Globe examines the reality of a North American Union and the conspiracy-theorists, such as Phyllis Schlafly and Jerome Corsi, who are pushing it: “So how real is the NAU? In the literal sense, not very. Its underpinnings turn out to be a hodgepodge of mostly unconnected facts and suppositions. But the very existence of the theory is starting to have an influence of its own, and the concerns it represents suggest a new kind of anxiety that crosses traditional political boundaries.”