Saul Alinsky was a radical Socialist and political activist; his conflict/response model for revolutionary activism has been a tactical compass for every left-leaning political action in America from Abbey Hoffman's Chicago trial to the media attacks on Gov. Sarah Palin. President Barrack Obama demonstrated in 2008 he understood this model even better than Alinsky's star pupil, Hillary Clinton. Incredibly, Alinsky's model can be applied to any political situation, even one in which the target for change is Alinsky's own Socialist America. Using Alinsky's rules to achieve the defeat of Socialism has a certain sweet irony to it. Cooking Alinsky's Goose is a field guide to creating cognitive dissonance across the spectrum of political discourse. It is a "take the gloves off" approach to fighting Socialism in America. The book is controversial in its premise, outrageous in its audacity, and profound in its political scope.
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Charly Gullett was trained as a photo-journalist in the U.S. Army Defense Information School during the Viet Nam era in 1971. He spent most of his adult life as a self-taught applications engineer specializing in Robotics, Digital Instrumentation and Analog Computer Design. Retiring in 1996 from Intel Corp. as a senior technical author, Gullett was awarded their highest individual achievement award for his ground-breaking work in Artificial Intelligence. Additionally, Gullett's career has included work as a professional photographer, cabinet maker, college teacher, a firearms dealer, and a professional artist who has illustrated over thirty books. He has authoredthe entire Warfield Activist Series on law, history, political activism and American exceptionalism.
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Descrizione libro WARFIELD PRESS, LLC, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110984155902
Descrizione libro WARFIELD PRESS, LLC, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0984155902