Fanning the Flames - How Saul Alinsky taught the radical left to use ridicule, slander and intimidation to silence conservatives and advance its radical agenda [NOOK Book]

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Saul Alinsky was a thug in activist's clothing. He taught people how to organize communities in order to steal power from the Haves and redistribute it to the Have Nots. The only question he asked of means was "will it work?"

Today's radicals may not know who Alinsky was and may not have read his most famous book, Rules for Radicals, but they apply his tactics almost to the letter. The ultimate goal of every one of the radical left's tactics ...
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Fanning the Flames - How Saul Alinsky taught the radical left to use ridicule, slander and intimidation to silence conservatives and advance its radical agenda

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Overview

Saul Alinsky was a thug in activist's clothing. He taught people how to organize communities in order to steal power from the Haves and redistribute it to the Have Nots. The only question he asked of means was "will it work?"

Today's radicals may not know who Alinsky was and may not have read his most famous book, Rules for Radicals, but they apply his tactics almost to the letter. The ultimate goal of every one of the radical left's tactics is to silence conservatives and remove their views from the marketplace of ideas. Or, as George Orwell said in 1984, "make all other modes of thought impossible."

In Fanning the Flames, Peter Christopher Pappas shows just how and why the left does this and what conservatives can do to stop it.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016114323
  • Publisher: Birnham Wood Publishers, Inc
  • Publication date: 12/19/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 901,808
  • File size: 639 KB

Meet the Author

Peter Christopher Pappas is an immigration and tax lawyer. He is the author of two blogs: The Tax Lawyer's Blog and Shakespeare For All Time. He has written more than a thousand articles and columns on a variety of topics, including federal and state tax policy, political philosophy and various political issues. Peter is a member of the Republican Party. He lives in Orlando, Florida with his wife, Julie, a Democrat who voted for Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, and their two Havanese dogs, Bella and Baxter, who are anarchists.
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