If you don’t “do” politics, politics will “do” you. Citizens reluctant to engage in the sometimes dirty business of politics should understand that regardless of whether they participate, political players will make decisions which profoundly impact their lives, generally without citizens’ best interests in mind.
Understanding that and guided by “flexible ethics” in Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, leftists have waged a multi-generational war on American culture and values.
Rules for ANTI-Radicals: A Practical Handbook for Defeating Leftism draws from the author’s twenty-eight years of grassroots leadership to empower conservatives often bludgeoned into silence by the left. It is a comprehensive tactical guide to direct action in economic, political, legal, and non-legislative arenas essential for conservatives to defeat leftism.
Unlike the many theoretical treatises decrying leftism, exposing Marxism, and calling conservatives to unspecified action, Rules for ANTI-Radicals is a nuts-and-bolts guide to strategy and tactics the author has used in his twenty-eight years of beating leftists. Personal experience allows him to highlight specific activist operations which have succeeded and failed, and the reasons for success or failure.
Written in sardonic and engaging style, the book is divided into three parts:
Part I, “Boot Camp for Conservative Activists,” is aimed primarily at concerned citizens and neophyte activists, revealing mechanisms by which leftism has metastasized in American society, the many ways it impacts them, and specific methods for countering it in their daily lives.
Part II, “Activist Tools and Tactics,” outlines the basics of grassroots activism, including the four types of direct action (economic, political, legal and non-legislative); delineates the differences between access-based lobbying and grassroots mobilization; and delves into tactics and strategy for each, focusing in particular in tactics for passing or defeating legislation and winning elections. Part II is directed at both concerned citizens and neophyte activists, political operatives or political candidates.
Part III, “Grass Roots Organization,” includes techniques for grassroots leadership; creating and maintaining political organizations; conducting effective grassroots mobilization, including targeting and messaging; fundraising, including list-building; and media management. It is intended to augment skills for conservative political activists.
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