Occupy Wall Street, Open Borders, Moter-Voter Law: where do these ideas come from and what is their purpose? Understanding the Cloward and Piven Strategy will shed light on these otherwise senseless policies.
Read our researched piece on The Cloward and Piven Strategy: A Plan to mobilize the poor to collapse the federal government and usher in an omnipotent welfare state.
Special Thanks to the Author: Ann Murphy
Do you remember New York City in the 1980s? The once thriving metropolis was deemed the “Rotten Apple” with an unprecedented wave of drugs and violence, resulting in residents fleeing the city in record numbers – all because the city was bankrupt. Many say that it was mismanagement by city officials; however, the true reason is because of the Cloward-Piven strategy.
Both Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven (his wife) were well educated, radical progressive activists; inspired by and linked to other well-known progressive activists such as Bill Ayers and Saul Alinsky. Cloward served in the U.S. Military, and received a B.A. from University of Rochester (’49), and later his Ph.D. in sociology from Columbia University (’58); starting as an assistant professor at Columbia’s School of Social Work in 1954, he taught ...
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