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"Saul Alinsky" has become the Right's metaphor for "un-American." His teachings in community organizing and confrontational social activism have been used by the Tea Party, James O'Keefe and his ACORN "sting" operation, and the Occupy protests. He taught underserved communities how to gain political power by organizing. Seems fundamentally American to me.

"Saul Alinsky" has become the Right's metaphor for "un-American." His teachings in community organizing and confrontational social activism have been used by the Tea Party, James O'Keefe and his ACORN "sting" operation, and the Occupy protests. He taught underserved communities how to gain political power by organizing. Seems fundamentally American to me.

"This is garage-band distilling. Both men have day jobs—Haskell is a magazine editor, and Spoelman is a writer for an architectural firm—so they do their distilling at night and on the weekends. Though Spoelman grew up in eastern Kentucky, he said he didn't think much about his region's moonshine heritage until he went back recently for a film project and returned with a jug for some friends." -Atlantic Monthly…

"This is garage-band distilling. Both men have day jobs—Haskell is a magazine editor, and Spoelman is a writer for an architectural firm—so they do their distilling at night and on the weekends. Though Spoelman grew up in eastern Kentucky, he said he didn't think much about his region's moonshine heritage until he went back recently for a film project and returned with a jug for some friends." -Atlantic Monthly…