“This country's leading hell-raiser...has set down some of the rules of the game. No one has had more experience or has been more successful at it than Alinsky.” —The Nation
“Alinsky's techniques and teachings influenced generations of community and labor organizers, including the church-based group hiring a young [Barack] Obama to work on Chicago's South Side in the 1980s.... Alinsky impressed a young [Hillary] Clinton, who was growing up in Park Ridge at the time Alinsky was the director of the Industrial Areas Foundation in Chicago.” —Chicago Sun-Times
“Alinsky is that rarity in American life, a superlative organizer, strategist, and tactician who is also a social philosopher.” —Charles E. Silberman
“He cannot be bought; he cannot be intimidated; and he breaks all the rules.” —The Economist (London)
“I consider him to be one of the few really great men of our century.” —Jacques Maritain
For some reason, even though the book is only 195 pages long, it reads like it is 400 pages long.
I don't know which is scarier: that this book exists or that so many people think this man is a great human being for wanting his fellow humans to be enslaved.
They wrote them on the author Saul Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals" and how they would impliment the methods laid out in this book.
very good for being courageous to print it. Awful, terrible, terrifying as to the theories, applications, planning of hateful political indoctrinating ideas, policies and actions. Read morePublished 8 days ago by schneffke
This is the liberal playbook. The race card, political correctness, balkanization - all the tools of the left are covered in this book as a strategy to attain the "end,"... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Ross F
If you are a Have Not the solution is to organize. Really? No other solution? I am in a hopeless situation and there is nothing I can do to help myself. Read morePublished 11 days ago by David R. Burrows
Since I am Conservative, I don't agree with the book, but I bought it just to see what is going on.Published 18 days ago by Sue Rice