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Bradley is a leading force in a constellation of other foundations, institutions, media networks and legal action projects created to advance a racist, right-wing agenda.
For example: Bradley is a major funding source for the Center for Individual Rights, the public law firm that successfully argued Hopwood vs. the State of Texas, a challenge to affirmative action policies at the University of Texas Law School.
Bradley Commissions W-2 According to an article in the March 2, 1997 edition of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinal, a "major architect" of W-2 was the Hudson Institute.
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 Bradley Foundation | TutorGig.co.uk Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The Bradley Foundation's former president, Michael S. Joyce, was instrumental in creating the Philanthropy Roundtable, a network of foundations that support right-wing advocacy organizations.
He has accused the Bradley Foundation of using the fl community of Milwaukee as a laboratory to increase profits.
Foundation in Care: Understanding Abuse and Understanding Positive Com..
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 Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation - SourceWatch
The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, according to The Bradley Foundation 1998 Annual Report, was giving away more than $30 million per year.
According to the Media Transparency web site, the Foundation's "resources, its clear political agenda, and its extensive national network of contacts and collaborators in political, academic and media circles has allowed it to exert an important influence on key issues of public policy.
While its targets range from affirmative action to social security, it has seen its greatest successes in the areas of welfare 'reform' and attempts to privatize public education through the promotion of school vouchers....
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Bradley_Foundation   (451 words)

With over $700 million in assets (down to $489 million in 2002), the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is the country's largest and most influential right-wing foundation.
In fact, the Olin, Sarah Scaife, Smith Richardson and Bradley foundations are often called the "Four Sisters" for their tendency to fund similar conservative projects, publications and institutions.
But Bradley, with the largest assets of the conservative foundations, with its national connections and a sharply focused political agenda, plays a leading role in the conservative movement.
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 Neoconservatism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Irving Kristol remarked that a neoconservative is a "liberal mugged by reality," one who became more conservative after seeing the results of liberal policies.
The term "neoconservative" also refers more often to institutions like the Project for the New American Century (PNAC),Commentary and The Weekly Standard than to the Heritage Foundation, Policy Review or National Review.
Leo Strauss and the neoconservatives, Evatt Foundation, September 11, 2004.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Neoconservatism_(United_States)   (6702 words)

 The Feeding Trough
The Bradley Foundation, "The Bell Curve" and the Real Story Behind W-2, Wisconsin's National Model for Welfare Reform.
"The Feeding Trough exposes the relationship between the Public Policies of the Thompson Administration and millions of Bradley Foundation Dollars." -- JAMES WHITE, Milwaukee County Supervisor
An Introduction to what The Feeding Trough is about.
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 The Alternative Media Gateway   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
In 2000 thanks to a grant from the Schumann Foundation it became biweekly.
Financial and logistical difficulties ensued, and the magazine moved to its present monthly format in spring 2003.
and published by the non-profit American Alternative Foundation.
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