You just have to get yourself up to Wellesley and do it in person. They get a lot of calls about it, the nice people at Wellesley told me, but when the callers are informed that they have to come read it in person, few follow through. I assume that most of the callers are Hillary haters, on the prowl for evidence of her plot to destroy America Spoiler alert:
And her senior thesis was about Saul Alinsky.
Hillary Rodham in , when she was president of Wellesley College's Young Republicans, shown here with the cover page of her senior thesis from on radical organizer Saul D. Alinsky. her senior college thesis - Hillary Clinton Quarterly. Now, one of the things that I have learned about Hillary Clinton is that one of her heroes, her mentors was Saul Alinsky. And her senior thesis was about Saul Alinsky.
This was someone she greatly admired and let me tell you something about Saul Alinsky," Carson said. It acknowledges Lucifer, the original radical who gained his own kingdom. Now think about that. Saul Alinsky was a Chicago-based community organizer who did write the book Rules for Radicals: A Practical Primer for Realistic Radicals.
The book offers advice to activists seeking to influence public policy, covering topics such as class differences and tactics such as disrupting meetings and winning media attention. We found the full text of the book via the Internet Archive and found that Alinsky did indeed include an opening blurb on Lucifer, attributed to Alinsky himself.
The epigraph is one of three; the other two quote Rabbi Hillel and Thomas Paine. Alinsky seems to be acknowledging Lucifer only in a figurative sense, rather than a religious or devotional sense. So is Alinsky a "role model" for Clinton?
The most direct connection between Alinsky and Clinton is that she wrote her undergraduate thesis about Alinsky and interviewed him before he died. The New York Times reviewed the page thesis and summarized her views this way: Alinsky over a central point.
This, she believed, ran counter to the notion of change within the system. His prescription for social change required grassroots organizing that taught people to help themselves by confronting government and corporations to obtain the resources and power to improve their lives.
I agreed with some of Alinsky's ideas, particularly the value of empowering people to help themselves. But we had a fundamental disagreement. He believed you could change the system only from the outside.
Later, he offered me the chance to work with him when I graduated from college, and he was disappointed that I decided instead to go to law school.
Alinsky said I would be wasting my time, but my decision was an expression of my belief that the system could be changed from within.Jul 20, · Hillary Clinton is down with the devil himself, according to failed GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson. His proof: Clinton's college thesis.
Speaking at the Republican National Convention. My Hunt for Hillary’s ‘Radical’ Thesis. The Hillary who comes across in the thesis’ 74 pages is basically the Hillary we know, albeit a slightly farther left, college-age version. Hillary Rodham in , when she was president of Wellesley College's Young Republicans, shown here with the cover page of her senior thesis from on radical organizer Saul D.
Alinsky. Mar 04, · — The senior thesis of Hillary D. Rodham, Wellesley College class of , has been speculated about, spun, analyzed, debated, criticized and defended.
But rarely has it been read, because for the eight years of Bill Clinton’s presidency it was locked away. Hillary Rodham in , when she was president of Wellesley College's Young Republicans, shown here with the cover page of her senior thesis from on radical organizer Saul D.
Alinsky. At the time, Clinton was Hillary Rodham and the student government president at Wellesley College. The New York Times reviewed the page thesis and summarized her views this way.