AN AMERICAN "JOSEPH GOEBBELS" - A Social Psychopath and political activist Saul Alinsky is interviewed at his home in Carmel,(Poor Rich man), California on a wide range issues such as poverty, injustice, U.S. policy in Vietnam and his own Industrial Areas Foundation. Alinsky's "personal assessment of himself" is full of sardonic humor that is apparently completely missed by the interviewers who take every comment at face value including hyperbolic statements like Los Angeles "needs an enema" and the U.S. Military when it is finished with Vietnam should "bomb Mississippi".
Saul Alinsky died in 1972, and yet from the grave, his ideas still rattle those opposed to his radical methods and economic equalizing ideology over 40 years later. Alinsky's name and viewpoints still incite fear and resonate throughout right wing media attacks on the motivations of current day mainstream Democrat politicians such as Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama.
Stonefaced commentary is provided by Prof. John H. Bunzel, of San Francisco State, and segment was produced by Caryl Coleman and directed by Dick Williams for San Francisco CBS TV affiliate KPIX Public Affairs division.
Interview made available via the dedicated media digitization efforts of Alex Cherian and the SF State University Bay Area Television Archives https://diva.sfsu.edu/collections/sfbatv
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