"Saul Alinsky scorned the ideologies of his day on the left and right that prejudged causes and precluded innovative responses to some of the nation's most pressing social problems. His disposition, reflecting his Jewish roots, was always to side with the cut out, the shut out, the powerless, the impoverished - what he called the "have nots". He understood his core mission to be the revitalization of American democracy under threat at home and abroad..."
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