Most likely you've not heard of Saul Alynsky. And if you've looked him up online, you've probably been turned off by his apparent work with religion. Yet, strangely, few know of his much more interesting ideas, which *rocked the world* of the complacent era in which he lived.
In his book _Rules For Radicals_ (published awhile ago), Saul Alynsky (now passed on) goes into some powerful depth on some tactics that root-oriented folks ("radicals") and other social challengers will certainly be seriously inspired by. Take the action in which Chicago Blacks went into an enclosed entertainment space, after collectively eating *a lot* of beans, and proceeded to FART as a method of focusing attention.
If this book and these ideas aren't already up online somewhere, they should be
The methods of interaction which Alynsky touched on in his book are definately intrigueing. How can they be utilized in our own actions, these days? How can we expand on them?