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From that point forward, wrote Barbara Olson in her 1999 book , "Republicans were the enemy and the enemy was allied with evil -- the evils of war, racism, sexism, and poverty." In late August 1968, when the so-called Chicago Seven incited massive countercultural protests and violent riots near the venue of that year's Democratic National Convention (in Chicago), Hillary was in Chicago for three nights during the mayhem.
HILLARY'S ADMIRATION FOR SAUL ALINSKY In 1969 Hillary wrote her 92-page Wellesley senior thesis on the theories of radical Chicago organizer Saul Alinsky.
A great admirer of Alinsky's activist tactics, Hillary met with the famed author several times in 1968 to interview him personally.
She concluded her thesis by stating: "Alinsky is regarded by many as the proponent of a dangerous socio/political philosophy.
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As such, he has been feared -- just as Eugene Debs [the five-time Socialist Party candidate for U. President] or Walt Whitman or Martin Luther King has been feared, because each embraced the most radical of political faiths -- democracy." Her conclusion also included this sentence: “If the ideals Alinsky espouses were actualized, the result would be social revolution.” Ultimately, Hillary's investigation of Alinsky's methods and ideals led her to believe that President Lyndon Johnson's federal antipoverty programs did not go far enough in redistributing wealth among the American people and did not give sufficient power to the poor.
(Those abuses could then be used, if the Panthers were to lose their case, as grounds for appeal.) Striving to neutralize what she considered the pervasive racism of the American legal system, "Hillary was," as Barbara Olson observed in , "a budding Leninist."In 1970, Hillary chaired a meeting where Yale Law School students voted in favor of joining a national strike against the Vietnam War.According to historian Stephen Schwartz, "Treuhaft is a man who dedicated his entire legal career to advancing the agenda of the Soviet Communist Party and the KGB." Hillary did yeoman's work while learning at the feet of Treuhaft and his fellow masters.Associates say that Hillary, during her tenure with the firm, helped draftees get themselves declared conscientious objectors so they could avoid serving in Vietnam; they also contend that Hillary served VA interns seeking to avoid taking a loyalty oath to the United States.In the early 1970s as well, Hillary began what would develop into a lifelong friendship with Marian Wright Edelman, founder of the Children's Defense Fund (CDF).After graduating from Yale Law School in 1973, Hillary moved to Washington and took a full-time position as a staff lawyer with CDF.