I've found a number of books that seem to be generated to hijack (inspired? plagiarized?) a concept, keyword, or other intellectual infrastructure. Walking through Borders with a digital voice recorder one day I noted atleast a few dozen. I'll dig out the list so perhaps others can see the hijack patterns. (Remember, CIA runs lots of publishing companies who then pay to feature their books on front-of-the-store displays.)
Jules Archer's 1973 history about the fascist coup attempted against FDR titled 'The Plot to Seize the White House'
is shadowed by Phillip Roth's fiction about a Nazi Charles Lindburgh US government titled 'The Plot Against America.'
I heard a lengthy NPR interview with Roth that included no actual history
of how Wall Street financed Hitler. Just celebrity fiction author blather.
Archer's history is in RI's own Data Dump forum under 'PDF files; online books' -
Archer's book is online at -
During his long career, Roth has shown himself a master at creating fictional doppelgängers. In this stunning novel, he creates a mesmerizing alternate world as well, in which Charles A. Lindbergh defeats FDR in the 1940 presidential election, and Philip, his parents and his brother weather the storm in Newark, N.J. Incorporating Lindbergh's actual radio address in which he accused the British and the Jews of trying to force America into a foreign war, Roth builds an eerily logical narrative that shows how isolationists in and out of government, emboldened by Lindbergh's blatant anti-Semitism (he invites von Ribbentrop to the White House, etc.), enact new laws and create an atmosphere of religious hatred that culminates in nationwide pogroms.