Chuck Cushman: Feared by the National Park Service,
Chuck Cushman travels around the country to help local citizens
groups organize effectively.
U.S. House of Representatives
Library of Congress
(for on-line versions of Congressional Record, the Declaration
of Independence, Constitution, etc.)
Saul Alinsky, Rules
for Radicals (latest ed. Random House, New York, 1971). After
two generations. Alinksy's book is still considered the pinnacle
of insight and advice for grassroots organizing.
Ron Arnold, Undue
Influence (Free Enterprise Press, Bellevue, Washington, 1999).
Arnold reveals how the wealthy foundations, grant-driven environmental
groups, and zealous bureaucrats are working to dismantle roads,
dams, logging, mining, ranching, farming, and fishing.
Organize to Remove Baraboo National Natural Landmark
- A Wake-Up CallOrganizing
for Success, Proceedings of the Fifth Annual New York
Conference on Private Property Rights, edited by Carol W.
LaGrasse, Property Rights Foundation of America, Inc.
National leaders and experts reveal essentials about reaching
your representative, exposing government to the light of day,
effective media work, web outreach, cable television, the successful
newsletter, keeping a group together, building coalitions, and
fund-raisingall in the context of defending freedom.
Land Designations" - Carol W. LaGrasse, PRFA, October
Using National Park Service proposal as an example, outlines
essential strategies applicable to all national land designations,
including Demanding to Know Bounds, Publicity, Washington Trips,
Letters to the Editor, Letters to Congress, Notices to Property
Owners, The Rally, and more.