1936. Price, Utah coal miner's houses.
Nelson Mandela's 'Long Walk to Freedom' - "Unquestionably, my sympathies lay with Cuba [during the 1962 missile crisis]. The ability of a small state to defend its independence demonstrates in no uncertain terms the superiority of socialism over capitalism." ... "I was bitter and felt ever more strongly that whites need another Isandlwana ," he explains. Driving around the country, Mandela constantly imagines rural landscapes as battlefields and cities as places where one day soon "the sweet air will smell of gunfire, elegant buildings will crash down and streets will be splashed with blood". These vivid quotes did not make it into the bestseller.
Bureaucrats - It doesn't even seem to matter whether they're Democrats or Republicans—they all take full advantage of what one news report described as "a mountain of perks that most Fortune 500 companies couldn't begin to rival." Even President Obama's closest advisers are millionaires, including those on his 15-member cabinet. It is not unusual for some of them to own vacation homes, such as Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of Health and Human Services, who owns a "summer home worth more than a million dollars."
Great Society programs - There is a reason and Bobby Kennedy used Appalachia. They did not think America would buy into their program if they used blacks. It was specifically chosen to get the whites on board ... The program was passed and the politicians disappeared. They got used. They got the brown end of thick once again. And you wonder why they don't trust outsiders?