"Scenes of [Saul] Alinsky interacting with First Nations youths on the Rama Indian Reserve in Ontario, lecturing to an audience at the Episcopal Technological School in Boston, and dialoguing with the U.S. secretary of labour serve to convey the central tenets of his ethos but also demonstrate a presumed dynamism on his part. By juxtaposing such scenes [...] the film metaphorically argues that the Alinsky model, and indeed the man himself, is a flexible entity [...]."
-- Stephen Michael Charbonneau
Charbonneau, Stephen Michael. "Bonnie Klein, Saul Alinsky, and the American Experience." In Challenge for Change: Activist Documentary at the National Film Board of Canada, edited by Michael Brendan Baker, Thomas Waugh, and Ezra Winton. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010. (p. 237)