Saturday, September 11, 2010

“Organized” crime by Andrew C. McCarthy - The New Criterion

Look carefully at the points made. That Alinskey chose the paths trod by the criminal element (Nitti, Capone) which he admired, and then used the energies of mob rule as we have witnessed in ACORN. And these elements converge: The bank-robber; Stalin; the bandit, Pancho Villa (Columbus, New Mexico, 1915).

1 comment:

Shawmut said...

Needless to say, I have added my own observations in my personal review piece. But, as I wrote, if you're capable of reading this you're capable of forming your own opinion.