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Want to understand Hillary Clinton? Read Saul AlinskyWashington Examiner ^ | 16 Sep, 2016 | ROGER KIMBALLPosted on 9/18/2016, 11:03:34 AM by MtnClimber…Rules for Radicals is a curious book. It is impressively literate, with apposite quotations from Lincoln, Shakespeare, Tom Paine, Tocqueville and others salted throughout the text. I particularly admired a quotation from Tocqueville that begins, “It must not be forgotten that it is especially dangerous to enslave men in the minor details of life.” That, of course, is precisely what the intrusive regulatory state excels at.But it would be a mistake to see Alinsky as an enemy of the regulatory state or as apostle of individual freedom. His pragmatism was cold, ruthless and thoroughgoing. He might employ the soothing rhetoric of individual freedom, but his unwavering goal was the acquisition and deployment of power.It is in this Luciferian context, the worship of power, that his influence on Clinton is most patent.(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com …